Don't let a malfunctioning oven ruin your day. Whether it's gas or electric, we've got you covered.
There's nothing more frustrating than when your oven seems to be working but fails to heat up. Don't discover this after you've already cooked your dinner. Trust the experts at Mr. Appliance of Boulder for reliable and efficient oven repair and range repair service.
Don't wait any longer. If your gas or electric oven is giving you trouble, contact us today.
How to Determine if Your Oven or Stove is Gas or Electric
Before calling for repairs, it's important to know whether your oven or stove is gas or electric. Here's an easy way to find out: simply turn on the broiler and inspect the unit. If you see flames at the top of the oven or in the broiler drawer, you have a gas model. If you don't see any flames, then it's electric.
At Mr. Appliance of Boulder, we specialize in repairing and servicing both gas and electric ovens.
Top Oven Brands We Service
Commonly Replaced Oven Parts
- Controller boards
- Self-cleaning latches
- Temperature sensors
- Heating elements
- Bake igniters
For quality oven brands and commonly replaced parts, trust Mr. Appliance of Boulder’s expert service.
Common Issues We Fix
Is your oven giving you trouble? We've got the solutions!
- Oven door stuck closed? It could be a misaligned latch or a faulty control.
- Self-cleaning not working? It might be a defective switch or function selector.
- Gas oven broiler not functioning? It's likely due to a bad igniter or valve.
- Inconsistent oven temperature? Check the bake igniter, temperature sensor, or selector switch.
We're here to fix these common oven issues for you.
Frequently Asked Questions about Oven Repair
Is your oven not working? Here are some initial things you can check.
First, see if there is power going to your oven. Even gas ovens require electricity to function. Next, find out if your oven is heating or not. If it's not, you may need to replace the oven igniter or temperature sensor. Lastly, ensure that the door on your oven is securely latching.
Why won't my electric oven heat up properly?
It could be due to a faulty temperature sensor or if the sensor is touching the oven wall. But don't worry, sometimes all you need is to re-calibrate the temperature sensor.
What should I do with a broken oven that can't be fixed?
Instead of throwing away an old or broken oven, consider recycling it. If the oven is still working, you could also donate it to Habitat for Humanity or Goodwill Industries. If it can't be fixed, use the EPA's Responsible Appliance Disposal program.
How can I check if my oven temperature is accurate?
To verify your oven's temperature, hang an oven thermometer in the center of the middle rack. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and keep it at that temperature for about 20 minutes. Then, check the thermometer reading.
Why won't the gas oven burner light?
The most common reason for a gas oven burner not lighting is a blockage in the gas flow, often caused by food or debris that has fallen off while cooking. Clean the burners and try again.
Why isn't my electric oven working while the stove top is?
If the stove top is working but the electric oven is not, it could be due to a failed or damaged broil element. However, the heating elements for the top burners may still be functional.