Service & Parts
Installation and Parts
Professional installation is available for your appliance purchase. Our trained installers will completely install your new appliance, run test cycles and have you up and running in no time. From basic hook up to more extensive built in model installations you can rely on Fullerton's. Your satisfaction is our goal.
ServiceOur own factory-trained technicians help keep your Fullerton purchase running in top shape. We service what we sell! Call today to schedule an appointment for appliance repairs.
We stock a large inventory of parts to help with your do-it-yourself repairs. We have appliance parts for most brands, so call today with your make and model, and a description of the problem. Our do-it-yourself advisors will assist you in obtaining the correct part so you can do it yourself and save.
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Request Service and Parts
Need to order a part for any brand major home appliance or request service on a product purchased from us? Fill out the form below to the best of you ability and you'll be contacted by one of our representatives to gather any further information we may need and to schedule the most specific and convenient time possible to assist you.
Finding your Model Number
What exactly will you be looking for? The model number will most likely appear on either a paper sticker or a metal plate in an easy-to find place. Finding the model number off of your appliance can be very simple if you have a new appliance. It does get a little more difficult if you have an older appliance. The model number could be worn off, or just difficult to find. Manufacturers have been more helpful recently in placing this model number in locations that are easily accessible to you, the customer. Model numbers can be made up of numbers (101505400, for example) or a combination of letters and numbers (LAT1000AAE). Your appliance's model number tag may look similar to the sample model number plate shown here:
A Model Number
A Model number can also be found on the manual/guide you received when you purchased your appliance. Be careful, as this sometimes can result in incorrect parts. Most often the manual/guide is produced to include several different models. It doesn't tell you which one of these models is yours. There could be different parts for these different models. Model numbers on manuals/guides are often incomplete as well. You may not get accurate information about your appliance. If you are having trouble, give us a call in Erie or Meadville, and we'll help you find the correct information.