Don't let a malfunctioning oven ruin your day. Whether it completely stops working or fails to heat up properly, Mr. Appliance of Georgetown has the solution for you. Don't delay, contact us today for all your oven repair needs.
How to Determine if Your Oven or Stove is Gas or Electric
Before scheduling a repair for your oven or stove, it's important to know whether it's a gas or electric model. Here's a simple way to find out: Turn on the broiler and take a look inside. If you see flames at the top of the oven or in the broiler drawer, you have a gas model. If there are no flames, then it's electric.
At Mr. Appliance of Georgetown, we specialize in repairing and servicing both types of ovens.
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The Most Frequently Replaced Oven Parts
In addition to our reliable service, we also commonly replace the following oven parts:
- Controller boards
- Self-cleaning latches
- Temperature sensors
- Heating elements
- Bake igniters
Trust Mr. Appliance of Georgetown to keep your oven running smoothly and efficiently.
Is Your Oven Acting Up?
Here are some common issues we can solve.
- Stuck oven door? It might be due to a misaligned self-clean latch or a faulty clock or oven control.
- Self-cleaning function not working? This could be caused by a defective or damaged self-clean latch switch or function selector.
- Gas oven broiler not functioning? Typically, a faulty broiler igniter or valve is to blame.
- Inconsistent oven temperature? It could be a result of a faulty bake oven igniter, temperature sensor, or selector switch.
Count on us to fix these problems and get your oven working smoothly again.
Frequently Asked Questions: Oven Repair
Is your oven not working? Here's what to check first.
Start by checking if your oven has power, even if it's a gas oven. Make sure it's actually heating up. If not, you might need a new oven igniter or temperature sensor. And don't forget to ensure that the oven door is closing properly.
If your electric oven isn't heating properly, here's what could be wrong.
It's possible that your electric oven has a faulty temperature sensor or that the sensor is touching the oven wall. Sometimes, simply re-calibrating the sensor can fix the issue.
What can you do with a broken oven that can't be fixed?
Instead of throwing away your old or broken oven, consider recycling it! If it still works, you can donate it to organizations like Habitat for Humanity or Goodwill Industries. If it's beyond repair, the EPA's Responsible Appliance Disposal program can help with proper disposal.
How can you check if your oven temperature is accurate?
To ensure your oven's temperature is correct, hang an oven thermometer in the center of the middle rack. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and keep it at that temperature for about 20 minutes. Then, check the thermometer for an accurate reading.
Why isn't your gas oven burner lighting?
The most common reason for a gas oven burner not lighting is a blockage in the gas flow, usually caused by food debris or other particles that have fallen off while cooking. Clean the burner and try again.
If your electric oven isn't working but the stove top is, what's the issue?
In this case, it's likely that the broil element needs to be repaired or replaced, while the heating elements for the stove top burners are still functioning properly.