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Infographic: DIY Restaurant Equipment Repair

Picture this, it’s right before dinner rush and something breaks in the kitchen. Unfortunately, it’s not the time to run out to get the part needed to make the repair, and improvising is all-to-often the go to quick fix that stands in as the substitute. Whether it’s pliers to turn knobs, a steam table pan to replace a broken caster, or duct tape as a temporary door latch, we’ve been in multiple kitchens and seen the same problems.  Yes, these quick fix tools will do their job through dinner rush, but with extra parts on hand, and a little DIY knowledge, keeping the kitchen going can help save on a lot of other issues in the long run.

We get an unbelievable amount of questions from people on how to fix different kitchen appliances, and a lot of you are definitely willing to give the repair a try yourself.  The good news is that a lot of those repairs may look challenging, are actually quit simple and only require a little elbow grease.  So, in an effort to spread some DIY love, our team got together and came up with this infographic, which we hope will help get you started on your own repairs.  This infographic will help you learn about parts and repairs for refrigeration, oven ranges, and fryers.

Note: To enlarge the infographic, simply click on the image below and a small box will pop-up.  In the top right corner there will be a button where you can expand the image.

Looking to repair a commercial refrigerator, oven, or fryer? Take a look at this infographic.

About Kasy Allen

Kasy Allen is the owner and lead marketing strategist of Annapurna Digital, a digital marketing agency. In addition to working with Tundra Restaurant Supply with their online marketing strategies, Kasy has helped many online brands find their online voice and an online marketing strategy that brings in the right users and increased revenue. When not in the office, Kasy can be found exploring the great outdoors of the Colorado Rocky Mountains.

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