Are you experiencing issues with your stove? Has it stopped producing a flame when you try to cook? Don't worry, our team of expert technicians at Mr. Appliance® of Bowling Green and Elizabethtown is here to help.
With extensive training and experience, we are equipped to handle repairs for all major stove and range brands. From identifying the issue to getting your appliance back up and running, we will work efficiently to ensure your kitchen is fully functional again. Say goodbye to stove problems and hello to hassle-free cooking with Mr. Appliance® of Bowling Green and Elizabethtown!
Contact us today to schedule your appointment. We offer flexible scheduling options and upfront pricing to make the repair process as convenient as possible.
Discover the Range of Units We Expertly Repair at Mr. Appliance® of Bowling Green and Elizabethtown
Get your range or stove, also known as cooktop, repaired and serviced with our specialized expertise. Whether you have a gas stove or an electric range, we've got you covered.
Here are some of the popular brands we service:
Trust us to bring your kitchen appliances back to life.
Find the Range & Stove Top Parts You Need
Looking for a range & stove top parts replacement? Stay worry-free with us!
Replace worn-out or malfunctioning parts with our wide selection:
- Spark electrodes
- Ignition wires
- Controller boards
- Self-cleaning latches
- Temperature sensors
- Heating elements
- Spark modules
- Safety valves
Keep your range and stove top running smoothly with our high-quality parts.
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 for cooking food. On the other hand, a range is a more common kitchen appliance that combines both a stove and an oven.
Having Trouble Lighting Your Gas Stove Burner?
If your gas stove burner won't light, the most common issue is debris, such as food crumbs, blocking the gas flow. In some cases, you may need to replace a faulty spark igniter connection.
How to Safely Remove Electric Stove Burners
Before removing electric stove burners, consult your manual to ensure they are removable. Once confirmed, turn off all burners and locate the socket the burner is plugged into. Carefully grip the coil and lift it, gently rocking it if necessary. If you encounter any difficulty, it's best to seek assistance from a professional technician.
Tips for Cleaning Stove Burners
To clean electric stove burners, start by unplugging the appliance and removing the coil burners. Wipe them with a soft towel or sponge using warm soapy water, being careful not to wet the electric connection. For gas stoves, dampen a small cloth with warm, soapy water and wipe around the burner. Finally, remove the burner caps and use a toothbrush to eliminate any food debris in and around the burner slots.