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Prunedale Oven Repair

Types of ovens we repair

  • Conventional Oven
  • Convection Oven
  • Microwave Oven
  • Gas oven
  • Electric Oven
  • Self-Cleaning Oven
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Common Oven Problems

Ovens, while they are great kitchen appliances, are also a bit confusing to diagnose and repair if you’re not a trained professional. Your oven might be embedded into your walls, and the wiring inside might look really confusing. We recommend calling us for appliance repair so we can diagnose the issue. This way, you can make sure you’re taking the right step towards fixing your oven. Don’t hesitate to schedule an appliance repair appointment with us today. We are happy to help.

Oven won't heat up

The most likely cause of an oven not heating up is a malfunctioning igniter for a gas oven, or a broken heating element for an electric oven. Both of these are hard things to repair, so make sure to call a repairman to help you out. If you have both a gas oven and a gas stove-top, then check your stove burners to see if they ignite. If they do, then that further confirms that your oven’s igniter might be the problem. But if the burners don’t work, then something might be wrong with your gas line. Check to see if your gas line is shut off for whatever reason. Be careful with your gas line. Do not let gas leak out into your home! As soon as possible, call a professional to have them fix your oven, and have them check to make sure everything is safe. 

We suggest calling a repairman when it comes to fixing your electric oven as well. Your heating element may be more difficult to check, and all the wiring in electric ovens is not something you would want to mess with.

Oven door won't close

This isn’t a very complicated oven related issue, but it’s definitely something that will stop your cooking night in its tracks. If your oven door can’t close, then you can’t properly cook your meals! The first thing to check is all of the mechanical parts of the door. Check the gaskets, hinges, and door springs. If any of these look torn or broken, then it’s time to replace them. 

If your door actually feels like it’s closing, but the oven doesn’t detect it, then you may have a problem with your door sensor. If you think this is the issue, then schedule an appliance repair appointment and we’ll replace a door sensor for you.

Oven won't self clean

Unfortunately, there’s not much you can do on your own to fix an oven that won’t self clean. You need to schedule appliance repair with a repairman to check your control board, thermostat, and other wiring components to see what’s wrong.