Did your range hood suddenly stopped working or is not working as it used to?
Our technicians will perform a full diagnostic check on your appliance. If your range hood is not taking in as much air, or if the lights are no longer working, it may be time to have your range hood repaired.
Most people think that when an appliance breaks down they need to invest in a new one. Although this may be true for a 15 year old range hood for example, a lot of times repairing the appliance can extend it's life for many more years.
If your range hood is starting to show any of the following issues, it may be time to have it checked by a technician. Here are some of those issues: the fan is not pulling as much air, the fan turns on by itself, range hood lights don't work, the exhaust fan is noisier than usual, and if both the lights and fan are no longer working.
A common issue with your range hood could be that the fan is not pulling as much air as it used to. Some of the most common reasons that will make your range hood's fan not work properly are clogged air filters, air duct problems, fan motor failure, or a broken fan blade.