Efficient Range and Stove Top Repair & Service in Asheville, NC

Is your stove failing to light up when you need it? Instead of a comforting flame, all you hear is an incessant clicking. Don't worry, Mr. Appliance® of Asheville is here to help.

Our highly skilled technicians are experts at fixing all major brands. With our efficient stove repair and range repair service, we'll have your essential kitchen appliance back in action before you know it.

Don't delay, schedule an appointment with Mr. Appliance® of Asheville today. Our expert teams offer flexible scheduling and transparent pricing to ensure a hassle-free experience.

Call us now or simply request an appointment online.

We Provide Repair Services for Different Types of Units

At Mr. Appliance® of Asheville, we specialize in repairing and servicing a variety of units including ranges and stoves, also known as cooktops. Our expertise extends to both gas stove repair and electric range repair services.

We proudly service popular brands such as:

  • Whirlpool
  • Maytag
  • Dacor
  • Frigidaire
  • GE
  • KitchenAid
  • Thermador

Range and Stove Top Parts We Expertly Replace

When it comes to repairs, we can replace a wide range of parts including:

  • Thermostats
  • Gaskets
  • Burners
  • Switches
  • Relays
  • Spark electrodes
  • Ignition wires
  • Controller boards
  • Self-cleaning latches
  • Temperature sensors
  • Heating elements
  • Igniters
  • Valves
  • Spark modules
  • Safety valves
  • Dials

Frequently Asked Questions about Stoves and Ranges

What is the difference between a range and a stove?

A stove is a kitchen appliance that uses gas, electricity, or wood as a direct heat source for cooking food. It can be a standalone stove top or built into a counter. On the other hand, a range is a combination of a stove and an oven commonly found in kitchens.

Why won't the burner on my gas stove light?

The most common reason for this issue is debris, such as food crumbs, blocking the flow of gas needed to ignite the flame on the stovetop. If that's not the case, there may be a faulty spark igniter connection that requires replacement.

How do I remove burners from an electric stove?

Refer to your manual to confirm if the burners are removable. Once you've turned off all the burners, locate the socket where the electric burner is plugged in. Slowly lift up and gently rock the coil until it releases from the socket. If it's difficult to remove, it's best to seek assistance from a professional technician.

How do I clean stove burners?

For electric stoves, start by unplugging the appliance and removing the electric coil burners. Wipe them with a soft towel or sponge using warm soapy water, while avoiding getting water on the electrical connection. For gas stoves, dampen a small cloth with warm soapy water and wipe around the burner. Then remove the burner caps and use a toothbrush to thoroughly clean any food debris inside and around the burner slots.

If your stove or range needs repairs, don't wait to book an appointment with Mr. Appliance® of Asheville. Our skilled technicians are ready to diagnose and fix any problems with your appliance. Get in touch with us today to schedule top-notch service!

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