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  Ace Repairs Preston

Ace Repairs of Preston, Lancashire offer the most cost effective domestic appliance repair service covering the PR postcode area. We repair washing machines, tumble dryers, dishwashers, electric cookers, hobs and ovens. All appliances are repaired in the home, and before work commences an estimated price will be given, so no nasty surprises.

Payment by credit and debit card is available.

Ace Repairs has been trading in the area since 1998 and in that time have built an enviable reputation for giving excellent service to thousands of happy customers.

Whitegoods Trade Association Member

We are proud to be members of the Whitegoods Trade Association

Please note we do not repair gas appliances or electrical parts within gas appliances.

We repair the following brands Bosch Hoover Hotpoint Beko Zanussi plus many more, please ring for details.

We cover PR1, PR2, PR3, PR4, PR5, PR25, PR26, PR7, PR8, PR9 and L40 postcode area. We are also service agents for the leading European brand Amica.

Please contact us on 01772 466051 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Mohammed Patel
Diplomat select 610 oven
Hi

My fan oven works but sometimes it just turns off whilst cooking. Sometimes restarts again when the knobs are turned but sometimes doesn\'t turn on straight away till it cools down a bit. Could it be the thermostat?

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