Garbage Disposal Repair & Service
“Garbage disposal are one of the handiest kitchen additions around. When preparing food or cleaning up after a meal, rinsing off plates, pots, and pans becomes a snap, as you don’t have to worry about clogging the drain with bits of food.”
Auburn, California Garbage disposal Repair is available to help 24 hours a day, seven days a week. (530)430-PLUMber
If your garbage disposal is not draining, leaking or experiencing any other problems give us a call and let us take care of the rest to bring your garbage disposal to a perfect working condition. When you call us we will work with your schedule to set up your garbage disposal repair appointment.
Call if you are in need of service on your disposal or a replacement your existing disposal.
We service and install all makes and models of disposals, including Eastman, Waste King, Insinkerator, Kitchenaid, Kenmore, and Whirlpool.
Your garbage disposal can jam if something solid or tough gets lodged between the spinning plate and the inside wall of the disposal. There aren’t many parts of your garbage disposal that you can or should service yourself, so be sure to call a service professional for any repairs your disposal may need. And, be sure to never put your hands near the opening while it is running.
1. To clean your disposal, grind ice into your disposal.
2. To reduce odors and freshen your drain smell, try grinding a lemon into your disposal.
If your garbage disposal requires professional repair help because it does’nt drain, doesn’t start, or any other problems, just call and let us take care of the rest. Your garbage disposal will be returned to perfect working order. Call to schedule an appointment for your Auburn garbage disposal repair. We will set up a repair appointment for a time that is most convenient for You.
All of our work is guaranteed and backed up with a low price garbage disposal repair policy.
Click here to Call or, Dial (530)430-PLUMber (7586)
Garbage Disposal InformationMost are strong and rugged, but even so they aren’t able to grind up all wastes. If long, trouble free service is to be expected, care should be taken in the type of garbage stuffed into the hopper THE BIGGEST TROUBLE with garbage disposers is caused by those using the appliance. An operator should be thoroughly familiar with manufacturer instructions regarding what can and what can’t be placed in a disposer.
Any garbage disposer will grind and get rid of soft food wastes, such as meat particles, bread scraps and soft vegetable leftovers. However, only the more expensive models-specifically, those equipped with capacitor-start motors-also can handle bones, seafood shells, corncobs and other heavy food matter. No garbage disposer is designed to handle non-food wastes. They are not built to grind glass, pottery, broken dishes, bottle caps, rubber, plastic, silverware, string, cardboard, paper or rags. Placing this stuff into a food disposer will damage the unit and can clog the drain? A garbage disposer can be installed in homes served by septic systems as well as those served by municipal sewers. However, there could be a problem if the drain field is not adequate to accommodate the extra load placed on it by the unit. A garbage disposer uses about six gallons of water per day. To be on the safe side, then, your drain field should meet the following minimum requirements:
Number of Occupants in Home Size of Septic System
4 750 gallons
6 900 gallons
8 1000 gallons
10 1250 gallons
If the septic system is smaller than this the number of occupants, installation of a garbage disposer might overload the field. The secret is rotary action BASICALLY, A GARBAGE DISPOSER is a simple machine (as are so many other appliances. It consists of two chambers an upper and lower that are bolted together with a gasket between them to prevent water from leaking. Garbage is placed down the throat of the upper chamber. The only other part in the upper chamber is a round metal ring that has teeth cut into it. The ring, which is called a shredder, is attached to the sides of the upper chamber and extends around the entire circumference. When you drop garbage into the upper chamber, it falls on a round disc which is the flywheel or table. The flywheel may or may not have a disc attached to its top onto which the garbage falls, but this is immaterial. However, the flywheel is equipped with two or more impellers or hammers that move freely on pivots. When the flywheel is at rest, the impellers lie flat. But when the flywheel revolves, the impellers fly outward and also revolve, tossing garbage against the shredder. Garbage is ground into bits and is washed down the drain by cold water, which should be running during the entire cycle
Caution: GARBAGE DISPOSALS CAN BE DANGEROUS TO REPAIR IF YOU ARE NOT EXPERIENCED AND CERTIFIED. Do not take chances with your safety and health. This is strictly for educational purposes. We strongly advise you to not get involved with any garbage disposal repairs on your own. All garbage disposal repairs require professional experience and training with electric systems and can become dangerous if you are not.