Appliance Parts Harrison Township
A&E Appliance Service knows that when you need an appliance part in Harrison Township, you need it today. That’s why our store at 27422 Gratiot Ave., Roseville, MI 48066, stocks the most popular appliance parts for washers, dryers, ovens, ranges, refrigerators and dishwashers. With a wide-selection of name brand appliance parts, we will be sure to have the part you need in store.
We Have the Appliance Parts You Need
Not sure which appliance part you need? Visit our store, or call us at (586) 775-0300, to get help finding the part for your Harrison Township appliance. First, find and write down the model number of your appliance. The model number will be located on a tag or sticker somewhere on your appliance. Check the inside door or lid of your appliance for the model number sticker. Next, call us or stop by the store with your model number. Our parts experts will help you find the right part.
Appliance Repair Harrison Township
A broken appliance can add stress to your life and disrupt your life when you least expect it. At A&E Appliance Service, our goal is to get your Harrison Township appliance repaired as quickly as possible. Our techs have years of appliance repair experience under their belts and arrive with trucks stocked with the most common appliance parts. Whether you need a washer, dryer, refrigerator, dishwasher, oven or range repair, give the repair experts at A&E Appliance Service a call!
About Harrison Township
Harrison Township is a Charter Township and census-designated place (CDP) inside of Macomb County. Known as the “Boating Capital of Michigan”, Harrison Township is the home to famous hockey player David Legwand and musician Uncle Cracker. The main attraction for this area is the Lake Saint Clair Metropark, which is filled with a nature center, pools, beaches and picnic areas.
Appliance Repair Tip
A refrigerator that is leaking water, or has water pooling at the bottom, or underneath its vegetable crisper drawers, might have a blocked drain. To unclog, locate the top of the drain and use a turkey baster filled with warm water to pour down the drain. When water goes down the drain easily and quickly, then the clog has been cleared.