Exceptional Gas or Electric Oven, Stove, and Range Repair Services in Naples, FL

Don't let a malfunctioning stove or oven ruin your day. Whether your oven is failing to heat up or your stove won't ignite, we understand the frustration it causes.

When you encounter these issues, trust the experts at Mr. Appliance of Naples for reliable oven and range repair services. Our experienced technicians will swiftly diagnose and fix any problems with your gas or electric oven.

Contact Mr. Appliance of Naples today if you're facing issues with your oven or stove. We're here to provide prompt and efficient repairs.

Call us or simply request an appointment online to get started.

Ovens and Stoves We Service

At Mr. Appliance of Naples, we specialize in repairing and servicing a wide range of ovens, stoves, and cooktops. Whether you have a gas or electric appliance, our experienced technicians can handle it all.

Here are the types of ovens and stoves we service:

  • Gas cooktops
  • Gas ovens
  • Gas ranges
  • Electric cooktops
  • Electric ovens
  • Electric ranges
  • Wall ovens
  • Double ovens

Popular Brands We Service

From well-known household names to niche favorites, our skilled professionals are familiar with a broad range of brands. Here are some of the most common brands we service:

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

Commonly Replaced Oven and Stove Parts

We understand the importance of a fully functional kitchen, which relies on properly working ovens and stoves. If your appliance stops working, there may be specific parts that need replacement. Here are some of the most commonly replaced parts:


  • Thermostats
  • Gaskets
  • Controller boards
  • Self-cleaning latches
  • Temperature sensors
  • Heating elements
  • Igniters
  • Bake igniters
  • Dials

Range and Cooktops:

  • 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

Oven or Stove Not Working? 5 Common Issues We Fix

Experiencing issues with your stove or oven? Don't worry, we've got you covered. Here are the five most common problems we fix.

Learn how to identify and resolve these common malfunctions so you can get your kitchen back in working order.

1. Stove or Oven Won’t Turn On

When your stove or oven refuses to turn on, several problems may be at play.

Gas burner won’t light:

If you have a gas stove, a clicking burner that won't light is often caused by a blockage in the gas flow. Clean your burners and check if the igniter and metal burner cap are clean as well.

Electric burner won't heat:

For electric burners, a failure to turn on could indicate a faulty element. Test other burners to determine if it's a specific element issue or a larger problem. If none of the burners work, contact a professional.

Oven not heating:

When your oven isn't heating up, the thermostat, heating elements, power supply, or circuitry may be at fault. It's best to consult an experienced professional for diagnosis and repairs.

Oven light out:

To replace a burned-out oven light bulb, follow these steps:

  1. Look up the type of bulb required for your model.
  2. Turn off the power.
  3. Allow the oven to cool and remove the baking racks.
  4. Find and remove the cover and old bulb.
  5. Insert a new bulb and replace the cover.
  6. Put back the baking racks and restore power.

2. The Oven Door Is Stuck Closed

A misaligned or broken self-clean latch, defective clock, or malfunctioning control board can cause a stuck oven door.

For doors stuck after self-cleaning:

  1. Wait for the oven to cool completely.
  2. Attempt to reset the self-clean cycle by initiating it again.
  3. Cancel the cycle after the lock motor stops and wait for it to stop running before trying to open the door.

For doors stuck with an activated lock-out feature:

  1. Deactivate the lock-out feature by pressing and holding the Stop/Clear or Clear/Off button for three seconds.
  2. Wait until the lock-out indicator stops flashing before opening the door.

For ovens with a manual lock:

  1. Wait for the oven to cool completely.
  2. Press firmly on the door handle while moving the lock to the unlocked position.
  3. Oven Is Not Self-Cleaning

3. The Oven Is Not Self-Cleaning

If your oven is not self-cleaning, a defective latch switch or function selector may be to blame. Try these troubleshooting steps:

  1. Allow the oven to cool down completely.
  2. Reset power.
  3. Inspect and replace any damaged or misaligned latch components.
  4. Check wiring for signs of damage
  5. Contact a professional if needed.

4. Gas Oven Broiler Is Not Working

If your gas oven broiler is not working, it is likely due to a faulty broiler igniter or valve. The broil element may have failed while the top burners still function. Check for any signs of wear or damage on the broiler ignitor and valve. If either component appears faulty, seek assistance from a knowledgeable professional to replace the part.

5. Oven Not Reaching Temperature

If your electric oven is not reaching the desired temperature, it could be due to a malfunctioning temperature sensor or function selector. Check if the sensor is touching the oven wall and ensure that the oven is properly calibrated.

How to Troubleshoot and Fix Your Oven, Stove, or Range

Before calling a professional, try these troubleshooting steps to resolve your issue:

Electric oven won’t turn on:

  • Check the power cord connection.
  • Turn off and on the oven's circuit breaker.
  • Tighten or replace blown fuses.

Gas oven won’t turn on:

  • Attempt to ignite one of the surface burners.
  • Verify the main gas shut-off valve is in the ON position.
  • Ensure the clock is set correctly.

The oven takes a long time to preheat:

  • Wait for 15 to 20 minutes for it to reach 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Keep the oven door closed during preheating.
  • Account for extra time if your oven has a concealed heating element.
  • Remove aluminum foil from racks or bottom to avoid impacting preheating time and cooking performance.

Frequently Asked Questions About Oven and Stove Repair

Can I Fix My Own Oven or Stove?

While you can handle simple tasks like cleaning or changing a light bulb, it's important to prioritize safety. More complex issues should be left to experienced professionals to avoid further damage or hazards.

Range vs. Stove: What's the Difference?

The terms "range" and "stove" are often used interchangeably. "Range" refers specifically to a cooking appliance that combines a stovetop and oven, while "stove" can also refer to home heating appliances.

My Oven Isn't Working. What Can I Check Initially?

First, check if your oven has power. Even gas ovens need electric power to operate. Make sure the breaker supplying power is not tripped. If it is, reset it.

Next, determine if your oven is heating or not. If there's voltage but no heat, it's time to call Mr. Appliance of Naples for assistance.

How Can I Verify My Oven's Temperature Accuracy?

To check your oven's temperature, get a quality thermometer and place it on the center of the middle rack. Heat your oven to 350 degrees and let it sit for 20 minutes after reaching temperature. Then, check the thermometer reading.

What Should I Do with a Broken Oven that Can't Be Fixed?

When disposing of an old or broken oven, recycle instead of trashing it. If it still works, consider donating it to charities like Habitat for Humanity or Goodwill Industries. For appliances beyond repair, utilize the EPA's Responsible Appliance Disposal program.

Is It Worth Repairing a Stove or Oven?

In many cases, professional stove and oven repair can be a cost-effective alternative to buying a new unit. By properly maintaining and repairing your appliance, you can extend its lifespan.

Consult with Mr. Appliance of Naples for a comprehensive evaluation of your stove or oven issue. We'll help you assess factors like warranty coverage, potential future problems, and the cost-effectiveness of repairs versus replacement.

Don't let a malfunctioning oven ruin your cooking plans. Call Mr. Appliance of Naples or schedule your service online to diagnose and repair any issues with your stove, oven, or cooktop. Our service professionals are ready to get your appliance back in working order!

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