We had a small problem with our Kitchenaid refrigerator, inside lights went out. It took two months and four service calls to fix it. Each repairman that came said it was a different problem and had to order more parts. Then two+ weeks to get another appointment. I will not buy another product from Sears. Easy to see why they are going out of business.
4575 La Jolla Village DrSan Diego, CA 92122
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Brian was extremely helpful. Helped me to understand the cause of the problem and provided a discount on the service and part. Even explained how to…
The tech knew his business and was very efficient. I was surprised at how quickly i was able to schedule Sears repair. Great job, Sears!
Worst company ever !Incompetent service technicians can't fix washer after 2 1/2 months can't get parts so keep extending and changing service dates and refuse to admit that product is a lemon . They have spent over $1500 in parts and service and it is still not working
It continues to amaze me that you guys are still in business. For openers the normal lead time is 3.5 to 4.5 weeks to get an appointment. When the Teck arrives he either has the incorrect materials, wrong model number, or is not qualified to do the repairs. And then your Warranty people call and attempt to sell me a extended warranty. I am currently searching for a Webster Dictionary, once ;located I shall look up the word STUPID, if I see my photo I'll purchase more products & service from Sears..
I just LOVE Sears. It's an American Institution. And their service agreements and appliances are amazing. I hope they don't go out of business ever.
appliance keeps breaking, they won't replace so service calls all the time and then it breaks a week later. never buy sears stack w/d set ever! worst appliances and service in california. shame on Sears. this company has completely gone to crap
Please let me tell you...I remember when the service from start to finish was a good experience. The people who come have often been competent, but getting them there is another headache. Over the last few years Sears service is a hassle to work with, and can send you into a turrets event. The schedulers do not either know, or tell you the correct information, nor do they make correct appts., The people who show are usually not really Sears repair people who come, they are more frequently subcontractors who do over flow. Unless you can make it to a Supervisor (don't count on it), there is poor direct communication with the people that you speak to on the phone, and those that show up at your door. The appt I last made was entered as 14 individual appts. with 14 emails confirming them. I scheduled 2 refrigerators to be fixed for the same day, they had one on the order, and were going to make me reschedule. Thankfully a Supervisor fixed it in time. The people actually cancel, either via NoShow, or leave a message on the # that they are not suppose to use in the 1st place, saying Oh sorry we are not able to make it today, after you have blocked out 4 hours of your life. They cancel & then actually reschedule your appts without your involvement, or consent. They either don't show, or call they call the opposite requested phone # to verify they are on their way. If you do not answer they do not have to go! It has happened enough over the years to make me believe it is intentional. You are told that if you call during the block, or morning of your appt. you can get an idea of their eta, not a chance! You tell the phone people exactly what you need, and they don't have the part, so you have to wait forever to restart the process of booking and showing incompetence again! I spend $600/yr for their warranties. After waiting multiple times for an appointment with a 4 hour window. They should pay me for my lost life due to their phone mistakes, wrong info, and no shows!
Well, I had an experience with my dryer...it wasn't heating up when trying to dry clothes. I called in for a repair appointment and first available was 7/27/17 8a-12p; of course I took it. So that was approximately a week and a half after it stopped working. The tech who came out was apparantly new (0577668). He found an open thermistor and thermal fuse....installed new. Said it's all fixed and left after a bit of confusion. So, I did a load of wash and put it in the dryer; when the done alarm sounded I opened the dryer and found the clothes still wet....still NO HEAT. Called Sears again and told them what had happened. They tried to get the tech and see if he could come back out. In the mean time the rep said if he couldn't get back out to fix, the next available appointment wouldn't be until 8/1/17 8A-12P...I took it . The tech never did come back, so had to wait 'til the 1st almost another full week. The 1st comes and a new tech showed up and replaced a burned out igniter and voila it worked. This time the tech let me feel the heat to make sure it was working. I didn't get a receipt this time so can't give his id to say what a good job he did and in very little time. So for the first tech he gets a no star to a 1 star and the second tech gets a five star review.
Sears should disband their"Service Department". They call to give you a repair date and, after a week or better, they show up with no parts and I have to call for another time (at least one additional week since they must order the part). That was my first encounter with Sears Repair. The second time I needed service was for a leaking washer rubber door gasket. This time I looked it up on the Sears website and found the part number. I called the Sears Service Rep and gave her the information. She put me on hold to verify they had the part. I was all set to go (or at least I thought). The repairman called me to let me know he was on his way. I mentioned that I had given all the info to the Rep but he said he didn't have that info - that that was something they are never given. Since he wasn't going to be able to fix it that day, he didn't come over. I called Sears again to make a new appointment and explain what had just transpired. She did not appear to particularly care and simply set up another time for nine days later. Sears had the part shipped to me The same one I had told them about, so it wasn't that they wanted to check and see if it was the right part. That never came up. It finally was fixed after those 9 additional days. They then had the gall to send me a questionnaire asking how they had done. I told them. On the questionnaire it states my satisfaction is important to them. I wrote them 2 more times and never heard back from them - until a service rep, who wanted to sell me another contract, called. What a fiasco! I declined and will be closing my account, after 24 years without any nonpayments or late charges. No longer one of the stalwarts of Big Business, Sears continues closing stores. Try googling "Sears service".
Scheduled a repair for my refrigerator's ice maker ( not making ice). Eddie the technician was very professional and thorough, explaining what went wrong as he was doing the repair, leaving me very informed. Best of all, it took less than 30 minutes to repair the problem. Now if Sears can narrow the window (4 hours) for the tech's arrival, it would be superb.