Oven Appliance Repair Tips and Tricks

Oven Appliance Repair
Fred's Appliance
December 1, 2015

The holidays are on their way, which can mean only one thing, your oven will soon be working overtime to contend with the growing demand of dinners and meals that you’ll have to cook.

So to keep up with your family’s appetites and demands, it is best that you maintain a close eye on any oven problems that you may encounter.

To help you out, here are some common oven problems and how to identify them so that proper oven appliance repair technicians can perform service.

Oven Display: Malfunctioning oven display symbols require a professional fix. There is nothing that an average consumer can do to fix oven display problems. The issue is usually in the circuit board, and can only be repaired by total replacement.

Oven Works, Stove Doesn’t: Adjust the knobs before doing anything else with the unit and ensure that they are lined up and working.  If it’s gas, ensure the burner caps are sitting on the burners correctly.  For a quick fix, call a repair service to correct this problem.

Irregular Heat: When an oven doesn’t heat properly or is heating irregularly, there are two possible causes. First, the seal around the oven door could be worn and broken. Second, the thermostat inside the stove could have gone bad. If it’s the latter, you need a certified appliance repair service to fix the problem.

Door Won’t Close: An oven door that won’t close requires a very simple fix. Check the gasket around the door and the hinges and springs near the base for faulty parts. If you find issues in either of these areas, call us for appliance parts.

If you have stove problems and are unsure how to repair them, the best solution is always to call a professional for help.

For more information on how we can help you with your oven repair problems before the holidays, please contact us today.

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