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Oven / Range Services

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Oven Repair

Oven not heating?


Heating issues: Ovens that fail to heat up or do not reach the desired temperature may have a faulty heating element, a malfunctioning thermostat, a defective oven igniter (for gas ovens), or issues with the oven's power supply.


Control not responding?


Malfunctioning control panel: Problems with the control panel or electronic display can result in unresponsive buttons, inaccurate temperature settings, or error messages. These issues can be caused by a faulty control board, damaged wiring, or control panel malfunctions.


Oven on the fritz?


Faulty oven light: If the oven light fails to turn on, it may be due to a burned-out bulb or a faulty light socket or switch. Replacing the bulb or addressing the faulty components can restore proper lighting inside the oven.


Door not closing?


Oven door problems: Issues with the oven door can include a loose or broken door handle, a damaged door seal or gasket, or a faulty door hinge. A malfunctioning door can affect heat retention, safety, and overall oven performance.


Locked door?


Self-cleaning function issues: Ovens equipped with a self-cleaning function may experience problems such as failed self-cleaning cycles, excessive smoke or odor during self-cleaning, or a malfunctioning door lock mechanism. These issues may require professional attention.


Broken knobs?


Control knob or dial problems: Control knobs or dials that are loose, difficult to turn, or no longer function properly can be due to worn-out or damaged control components. Replacing the faulty parts can restore smooth and accurate operation.


When encountering any of these problems with an oven, it is advisable to consult the oven's user manual or contact a professional appliance repair service for assistance. They will have the expertise to diagnose and resolve the specific issues with your oven model and ensure safe and efficient operation.

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