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Alpha Appliance Repair, offers service to many appliances and brands; bringing a solution to your door with an affordable and outstanding service. Our dedicated staff will leave your appliances in optimal condition.

Feel free to browse our site for more information. We have a list of types of appliances and brands we repair. Alpha Appliance Repair, Inc. offers service to Chicago and many suburbs, Click here to see a complete list.

Alpha Appliance Repair, Inc. offers same day service, affordable price and outstanding service. We repair all major brands:

Maytag Admiral Kitchen Aid RCA Viking Amana Jenn Air Hotpoint Roper GE Frigidaire Kenmore Whirlpool Sub-Zero Tappan Caloric

An estimate is given upon a technician's examination of your appliance.

A service call is required to analyze your individual problem.

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All work 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed. Our trained technicians carry a large amount of genuine parts in truck stock to guarantee a prompt repair of your appliance. We offer FREE service call with all repairs. We are also Licensed & Insured. Alpha Appliance Repair serves Chicago, West Suburbs, North Suburbs & more!! 24hr Emergency Service.

Call us to schedule your appointment:

(708) 695-9123 or email us at No extra charge on evenings, weekends or holidays. Open 7 days a week for your convenience!

Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers.

We offer $20 Off for New Customers, Seniors & Veterans!!!


GE Dishwashers - August 9, 2012 Recall

"The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and the General Electric Company (GE) have announced a voluntary recall of 1.3 million Hotpoint®, GE® and GE Profile™, GE Eterna™ and GE Adora™ plastic tub dishwashers, manufactured between March 2006 through July 2006, and November 2006 through April 2008. These dishwashers are plastic tub dishwashers with front controls. They were sold in black, white, bisque, stainless steel and CleanSteel™ exterior colors and finishes."

To determine if your dishwasher is included in the recall visit

Maytag Dishwashers Recall Due to Fire Hazard-June 3rd, 2010

The recall includes Maytag®, Amana®, Jenn-Air®, Admiral®, Magic Chef®, Performa by Maytag® and Crosley® brand dishwashers with plastic tubs and certain serial numbers.

To determine if your appliance is in the recall visit the following link:

General Electric Recalls Gas Dryers Due to Shock Hazard - February 2008

To determine if your appliance is in the recall visit the following link:

Maytag Recalls Refrigerators Due to Fire Hazard-March 10, 2009

To determine if your appliance is in the recall visit the following link:

Other Appliances Recalls

Just click on the link to determine if your appliance is part of the recall.


  • Scheduling your appointment for service:
    When scheduling the appointment for your appliance repair, have ready your make, model and serial number from the nameplate of the appliance. In this way the technician can bring the parts needed for the repair when coming into your house and guarantee a same day repair.

  • Keep your washing machine running efficiently:
    Limescale builds up on the heating element which causes the machine to run less efficiently – taking longer for water to warm up. Using Calgon in the wash, will help prevent limescale build-up and help to keep your machine in tip top condition.

  • Keep your dishwasher running efficiently:
    Load dishes according to the dishwasher manufacturer's instructions to allow for proper water circulation. Check and clean drains and filters regularly to ensure efficient operation.

    Clean your Dishwasher safely and in a biodegradable manner doing the following:

    Place a dishwasher-safe cup filled with plain white vinegar on the top rack of the dishwasher. Using the hottest water available, run the dishwasher thriugh a cycle. The vinegar will help to wash away loose, greasy grime, sanitizes, and helps remove the musty odor. Next, sprinkle a cupful of baking soda around the bottom of the tub and run it through a short cycle. The baking soda will help re-freshen and removing stains

  • Keep your dryer running efficiently:
    Do not overload the dryer-check your operations manual for the optimum load size to dry at one time. Most clothes should dry within one dryer cycle. If your clothes are taking more than a cycle to dry, you probably have a vent problem. To verify that the vent is the problem, disconnect the transition vent at back of your dryer and dry a load of clothes. You can put a sock over the opening to keep from blowing lint into your laundry room. If they dry faster, you have a vent problem. Note this is just a test and building codes say your dryer should vent to the outside. It is not recommended that you use your dryer without it being connected to the outside except for the test cycle. A professional can help you with cleaning your vent.

  • Keep your oven running efficiently:
    Some people line their racks with foil to increase cooking efficiency with the aid of reflection. However, the foil stops air from flowing freely in the oven, which actually makes your oven less efficient.

    If you are cooking in the oven don't keep opening and closing the door to check the food unless you have to. Most ovens have windows. Keep the windows clean and make use of them by looking through the open windows to see all the food is cooking instead of opening and closing the oven door constantly while the food is cooking. Your oven has to work harder to replace the heat lost by opening the door, which is approximate 25 degrees every time you open the door.

  • Keep your stove running efficiently:
    Keep your stove top burners and oven elements maintained. Keep them clean. That includes the stove tops with smooth surfaces. Keep the burner pans clean. Replace defective or poorly functioning elements. They have to work harder if they are covered in old food and baked on gunk.

Attempting to repair a broken appliance without proper training and safety standards is dangerous. Appliances should only be repaired by skilled professionals who have the knowledge and experience. Unqualified individuals attempting to repair the appliance themselves, risk serious injury or even death.

All of the above tips are for informational purposes only. For your safety, we strongly encourage any appliances repairs to be performed by a certified, licensed and insured technician.

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