If The Oven Won't Heat
When your oven doesn’t work correctly, the last thing you should do is assume you will need to replace the oven entirely. While this is certainly possible, more often than not, you don’t need to worry. If the oven won’t heat, there are several potential possibilities that you will need to examine. It is also helpful to keep in mind that gas and electric stoves, while similar, have different factors you need to keep in mind.
At Max Appliance Repair, we can figure out exactly why your oven isn’t heating up. Our professional technicians can address the many potential reasons, and we will work quickly but efficiently to get your oven heating up properly.
If Your Gas Burner Won’t Light
These days, most gas ovens come with an electric ignition switch. Obviously, if the power goes out, you can still use something like a match or lighter to cut on the heat. However, if there is something more serious going on with your gas burner, then a match isn’t going to make much of a difference. The igniter may need to be replaced.
If Your Electric Range Burner Won’t Heat
Clearly, you need to have electricity for an electric range burner to heat. If you do have electricity in the house, and everything is hooked up, and the electric range burner still won’t warm up, something else is going on. The burner itself might need to be switched out, but there could be something else causing your issues. We can take a careful look, and figure out exactly what’s wrong.
If The Oven Isn’t Heating Up Properly
Let’s say the oven technically works. Yet when you turn it on, very little happens. The oven is heating up to a certain degree, but it just doesn’t seem to be as warm as it should be. This is well worth a serious look. It could be as simple as the door not closing properly, but we will want to exhaust a variety of options, before we begin to make the necessary repairs.
These are just a few examples of what we can do when the oven won’t heat. Contact us today for an appointment.