Oven Appliance Repair–Troubleshoot Before Making the Call for Repairs

Fred's Appliance
March 9, 2013

Once minute your oven is putting out deliciously decadent treats and the next it’s a flop. If you live in Lake, Geauga, Ashtabula, Portage, or Cuyahoga counties and Cleveland, Ohio, you’re in luck. Fred’s Appliance, LLC is a major household appliance repair center in all of these areas and offers oven appliance repair in a flash.

There are a few things you can check yourself before calling in the experts.

Has your gas oven stopped heating? There are a few simple things you can look at. It may seem silly to think about it but make sure the oven is plugged in. Check the receptacle for power if the light isn’t coming on inside your oven. Maybe you’re pilot light is out. You’ll need to refer to your owner’s manual because the directions vary from model to model. If your oven doesn’t have a pilot light it’s safe to troubleshoot further.

Your oven may have a glow coil igniter, which is the most common issue. It’s located at the rear of the burner. Refer to your owner’s manual for the exact location on your specific model. If the igniter isn’t glowing brightly when the oven is turned on, it will need to be replaced.

If you doubt your skills as a handyman contact us. There will always be a live person answering your calls Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm. Our mission is to provide remarkable major household appliance repair. We combine the power of motivated, team-oriented employees with cutting edge technologies and communication.

Fred’s Appliance takes pride in the work we do. Our professionals are factory-trained and look the part. You won’t be waiting around for hours upon hours because our technicians use the latest mapping software to arrive at your home promptly. Our trucks are fully stocked and if a part needs ordering, nine times out of ten, the part will be available the same day.

You can rely on our experience to get the job done.

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