Best 10 Appliance Part Store in Lubbock, TX with Reviews - YP.com

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02/02/2016
By: Andra S.
Sears Appliance Repair
The thermostat on our hot water heater burned out. We have the master protection agreement with Sears. The repairs didn't cost anything, but the agreement is $600 for ten appliances for a year. The first repairman came on Monday. He said the part had to be ordered from the factory. Not true! So six days after we lost hot water, Richard came to our house. He discovered that both thermostats were out. He promptly went to Lowes and bought it. He couldn't believe the first guy left us all week without hot water in January. So if Richard had come first, Sears would get five stars. That's why I put 2 stars.
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09/25/2016
By: Tommy D.
Sears Appliance Repair
We waited for 10 days for the repair to be done. He was late and said he repaired dryer and left. The next day it still did not work. We called service again, when we asked that we get service that day man on phone hung up on my wife. When I called back we were told we would have to wait for another 14 days to get service. I called our local retail store to get help. He is trying to get something done.
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03/05/2016
By: Betsy L.
Sears Appliance Repair
The repairs went well and the repairman did a good job. Worked with us on the time. Arrived when e said he would. Efficient and neat.
Tips & Advices
Aftermarket replacement parts can be perfectly safe and reliable, but be sure to do your research. If replacing a more integral piece, such as washing machine’s water pump or a thermostat for a busted water heater, it might be best to purchase new.
Replacement parts generally come with warranties extending anywhere from 30 days to five years, depending on the original price, the nature of the fix and the age of the part itself.
If you’re seeking new parts repair companies will generally mark up their prices slightly--particularly at a major national retailer. However, used parts are typically discounted.
Cheaper used appliance parts can be found online or at many local, independently owned retailers, along with ecommerce sites such as eBay. Major retailers, however, generally limit their selection to unused, full-priced options.
Second-hand appliance parts are generally anywhere between 50-75% cheaper than new ones, but warranties might not extend as long and the parts may be less reliable or come with a shorter lifespan. Be sure to research the source of any second-hand parts to ensure the dealer is reputable and the part itself reliable.

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