Are you struggling with a stove or range that won't heat up? Don't worry, the professionals at Mr. Appliance® of Georgetown are here to help.
Our expert technicians are trained to fix all major brands. With our reliable stove repair and range repair service, we'll have your main kitchen appliance working again in no time. Let us take care of your stove and range issues so you can get back to cooking without any hassle.
Types of Units We Expertly Repair
At Mr. Appliance® of Georgetown, we specialize in repairing and servicing both ranges and stoves, also known as cooktops. Whether you have a gas stove or an electric range, our expert technicians are well-equipped to handle any repair service you may need.
We proudly service the following popular brands:
Trust us to bring your appliance back to its optimal performance.
Common Range & Stove Top Parts We Replace
Mr. Appliance® of Georgetown offers professional repair services, including the replacement of various parts. Here are common range and stove top parts that our technicians are equipped to replace:
- Spark electrodes
- Ignition wires
- Controller boards
- Self-cleaning latches
- Temperature sensors
- Heating elements
- Spark modules
- Safety valves
Frequently Asked Questions
Range vs. stove: What's the difference?
A stove is a kitchen appliance that uses gas, electricity, or wood as a direct heat source to cook food. It can either be a standalone stove top built into a counter or part of a larger range that includes both a stove and an oven.
Why won't my gas stove burner 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, it could be due to a faulty spark igniter connection that needs to be replaced.
How do I remove electric stove burners?
To remove electric stove burners, first check your manual to ensure they are removable. Turn off all burners before proceeding. Locate the socket where the electric burner is plugged in. Slowly lift and rock the coil until it releases from the socket. If you encounter any difficulties, 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 (avoid getting the electrical connections wet). For gas stoves, dampen a small cloth with warm, soapy water and wipe around the burner. Remove the burner caps and use a toothbrush to eliminate any food debris from within and around the burner slots.
Don't let a malfunctioning appliance disrupt your cooking experience. Restore the heart of your kitchen today. Contact us and let our professionals handle your stove and range repairs with precision and care. Experience the difference with Mr. Appliance® of Georgetown.