LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED
FOR OVER 40 YEARS SERVICING
THE GISBORNE REGION.
 



  CALL US NOW ON:
06 867 2508
 
OR EMAIL US:
service@fenn.co.nz
 





AFFILIATED MEMBER



  WE SERVICE AND REPAIR MOST
WHITEWARE APPLIANCES FOR
A RANGE OF LEADING BRANDS.
 


 



APPLIANCE SERVICING
Authorised Service Agents for all leading Whiteware Appliance Brands in the Gisborne East Coast Region.

Specialized Appliance Servicing

The servicing of whiteware has become much more specialized as the products have become more and more technical and specialized etc. We are authorized to service and supply parts for the majority of leading brands. Repairs are done on site where genuine agent specified parts are fitted to your appliance.

We specialize in the servicing and repair of domestic whiteware appliances including:

• Refrigerators
• Fridge / Freezers
• Freezers
• Washing Machines
• Dish Washers
• Dish Drawers
• Stoves & Wall Ovens
• Rangehoods
• Dryers
• Vacuum Cleaners

We have mobile servicing for the greater Gisborne and surrounding areas.

We undertake warranty repairs for leading retailers in the Gisborne area. We require (serial & model numbers), (date of purchase), (where purchased from).

We offer you friendly personal service, backed with 40 years experience in whiteware repairs.

Top service guaranteed! We also carry a large range of spare parts to suit most makes and models.

 


Book in your Appliance
Please use the following form to book your appliance in for servicing.

First Name:
Surname:
Email:
Daytime Phone:
Mobile Phone:
Address:
What is the appliance
needing repair and the
nature of its problem?

  


Appliance Care

Tips to Extend the Life of Your Appliances and Decrease Servicing Costs

Before you call for service, check these solutions to common problems. Still need your appliances serviced? Contact us.

Tips for your Washing Machine

  1. Clean out lint filters regularly. If you turn the tap on, water should flow straight through. If it fills up, it needs cleaning.
  2. Clothes still dirty? Use the right amount of detergent (check the detergent box for recommendations). If you use too little your clothes may be still dirty after washing. If you use too much you may see detergent residue on your clothes after washing.
  3. Don’t overloaded the washing machine. Ensure you pile up the clothes loosly. If you are packing them down then you are overloading it.
If your Washing Machine won’t start or won’t fill with water
  1. Check that the water taps are turned on.
  2. Check the power point is operating (with another small appliance).
  3. Check the lid is closed (the machine won’t start if it it open)The out of balance switch may have triggered previously. Open and close lid to reset.
  4. The delay start may still be set from last time. Press start/pause twice.
  5. The drain hose may be too low (which siphons water right out of the machine). Raise drain hose.
If your Washing Machine will not spin
  1. Check the washing machine is not set to “Drip Dry” or “Wash & Soak”. Select “Normal”
  2. The washing machine may have gone out of balance. Redistribute washing, and press start.
  3. Drain hose may be blocked. Unblock it.
  4. Too many suds will prevent spinning. Wait for an hour or rinse suds away with water.
Tips for your Dryer
  1. Clean out dryer filters after every use as this makes drying time more effective and saves power.
  2. Clean out venting hoses regularly to minimize fire risk and to save power.
  3. Ensure the venting hoses vent outside. If the warm damp air stays in your laundry room the dryer will take longer.
Tips for your Frost-Free Refrigerator
  1. Turn off your frost-free refridgerator for at least a day, once every 3 years to prevent the build up of excess ice in the air ducting and entry pipes to the evaporator.
  2. To improve efficiency and reduce power consumption, remove dust from floor under refridgerator, and from the motor area (because dust gets sucked up into the condenser and the compressor and prevents efficient air flow).
  3. To prevent squeaking and folding of seal along the hinged side of the door, smear Vaseline along the entire length of the seal and the where the seal connects with the cabinet surface.
Save yourself some trouble and check this list of tips before you call us for a Repair.

 

   
 

  FENN APPLIANCE SERVICING
A DIVISION OF FENN REFRIGERATION



Address :
Email :
Phone :
456 Gladstone Road, Gisborne
service@fenn.co.nz
06 867 2508

 
  WE CURRENTLY SERVICE & REPAIR THE FOLLOWING HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE BRANDS