Member Spotlight: Mr. Appliance Birmingham, Richmond, Chattanooga, and Cincinnati

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Q&A with Steven Johnson, Owner, Mr. Appliance Birmingham, Richmond, Chattanooga, and Cincinnati Tell us about your company?  I currently own Mr. Appliance Over The Mountain (Birmingham, AL), Mr. Appliance of Chattanooga, Mr. Appliance of Richmond, Mr. Appliance of Cincinnati.  Mr. Appliance is a Franchise that is based out of Waco TX under the name of …

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Repair Tips: KitchenAid, Maytag, or Whirlpool Refrigerator Freezer Light Not Working & Module Foamed in Place

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Customer Complaint: Freezer light not working in KitchenAid, Maytag, or Whirlpool French Door Bottom Mount Refrigerator Our members are reporting a high number of complaints regarding their customer’s KitchenAid, Maytag, or Whirlpool refrigerator freezer light not working. If you’re looking for advice on how to repair a freezer light not working on one of the …

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With Work From Home Becoming the Norm, Increased Product Usage Pushes Demand for Service

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Article from The Retail ObserverBy Corrine Caruso, Solar Refrigeration & Appliance Service, Inc. I have an amazing kitchen: a 48-inch Thermador range, rounded out with a suite if other Viking appliances. A home chef’s dream kitchen, to be sure! My kitchen is a source of pride and a great showpiece. And until March 2020, that’s …

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UASA Member Featured in The Lily Article About Female Essential Workers

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Errin Moore, co-owner of Able and Ready Appliance Repair in Wichita, KS, was featured in The Lily, an online publication published by the Washington Post. The article interviews women from several different essential jobs that are often overlooked, including the appliance repair industry. “We’ve been busier than ever, but it’s also nerve-racking,” she said. “One home …

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