Let Us Help You Define DIY

When it comes to DIY commercial appliance repair, there are three important questions you need to understand before making a repair:

  1. What’s wrong?
  2. How hard is it to fix?
  3. How much does it cost to fix?

By answering these simple questions, you can save big $$$ when it comes to costly repairs or buying a new appliance. Here at Tundra, we want to help our customers learn more about DIY so that they can save time and money.

When you need DIY, give our tech team a call at 888-388-6372 or use or live chat feature at the top of this page.

Fixes FAQ's

  • 480 Volt Equipment Parts
  • Refrigeration Compressors
  • Safety Valves
  • Steam and or Broiler Generators
  • Steam Cooker Parts

You may know what the main issue is with the appliance (i.e. it’s not getting as cold as it used to), but it’s always worth it to do a little research to see what it could really be. Try using these different methods to help diagnose the problem:

There’s a big difference between changing a door handle and installing a new compressor. You need to consider your "fix-it" abilities with how hard or easy the repair will be to DIY.

This may be the best time to call in a professional repair tech to see if the repair is even worth DIY or tech repair.

Speaking of being worth it, when looking to make a repair, you need to weigh the cost of the repair with the cost to buy new. If the cost to repair is more than 50% of the purchase price, it may be better to buy a new appliance.