Stove and Oven Repair

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When you choose us, your search for expert appliance repair in Edmonton and the surrounding areas. Stove and ovens can experience many different issues. If your oven is not heating or having trouble maintaining temperature, your burners are not lighting, or you’re having any other issues we’ve got you covered. We work on all cooking appliance types including gas and electric stoves, cooktops, convection ovens, double wall ovens, Stove, and much more!

Repair My Appliance an essential commodity in any kitchen. Without them, hot meals for you and your family are out of the question. So when yours breaks down, it’s an inconvenience to say the least and understandable that you need an oven and stove repair technician right away.

Types of Appliances Our Experts Repair

Microwave , Dishwasher, Oven Electric or Gas, Cooktop, Freezer, Wine Cooler, Ice Maker, Refrigerator, Freezer, Ranges, Vent Hood, Range Hood, Built-in Ovens, Built-in Microwave, Hi-End Appliances, and More Please Contact Us if your the type of appliance are not listed in this page. Thank you!.

FAQ About Oven Appliance

Some of the most common issues with ovens include:

  • Oven not heating up – This can be caused by a faulty element or thermostat, and may require replacement parts.
  • Oven cooling off quickly – This could be due to insufficient insulation in your oven or an inaccurate thermostat setting, which may need adjustment or further investigation.
  • Uneven baking temperatures – If your oven is not heating evenly, it could indicate a problem with its fan or motor, resulting in uneven cooking temperatures across the entire surface.
  • Door doesn’t seal properly – A loose door seal can cause hot air to escape from the oven, leading to dry and undercooked food, as well as wasting energy. It may just need tightening or replacing depending on how damaged it is.

To prevent your oven from breaking down, you should take the following steps:

  • Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for use and cleaning – This will ensure that all components are used correctly and that the oven is kept clean and well-maintained.
  • Check for blockages or grime buildup regularly – This includes grease, dust, and other debris in the vents and on the fan blades. Cleaning these away can help prevent overheating issues.
  • Have your oven serviced at least once a year – A qualified technician can check for any gas leaks or worn parts that could potentially lead to a breakdown. They can also replace sparking igniters or burner jets if needed.
  • Don’t overcrowd the oven – Adding too much food can cause uneven cooking temperatures, leading to uncooked dishes or burnt food, so try to leave enough space between items when baking.

Some signs that your oven may need to be repaired include:

  • Unusual noises – This could indicate a problem with the fan or another component of the oven.
  • Smoky smells – Burning and smoky odors from your oven are never a good sign, and can indicate faulty wiring or gas leaks.
  • Excess heat – If you feel excess heat from your oven, it could mean there is an issue with its heating elements or thermostat settings that needs to be addressed.
  • Door not sealing correctly – A poorly-sealed door can cause hot air to escape and lead to uneven cooking temperatures and energy waste, which would need repair or adjustment.

Some common oven problems that require professional repair include:

  • Igniter or burner jet malfunction – If your oven isn’t heating up, it could be due to a faulty igniter or burner jets, which require replacement by a qualified technician.
  • Thermostat issues – Oven thermostats can become damaged or worn over time, resulting in uneven cooking temperatures and burning of food. These need to be repaired or adjusted.
  • Faulty wiring and gas leaks – Broken wiring and gas leaks are not only dangerous, but can lead to fire hazards if not corrected by an experienced technician.
  • Malfunctioning fan blades – Dust and debris buildup in the vent system can cause the fan blades to become clogged, resulting in loud noises while the oven is running and potential safety risks.

Here are some of the best ways to clean your oven:

  • Baking soda – Create a paste using baking soda and water, and use it to scrub away baked-on food and grease from inside the oven.
  • Dish soap and vinegar – Mix equal parts of liquid dish soap and vinegar, then spray the mixture directly onto any hard-to-remove grime in the oven. Wipe down afterwards with a damp cloth.
  • Commercial cleaners – Specialized commercial cleaning products can help break down stubborn, greasy residue for easy wiping.
  • Oven liners – Line the bottom of your oven with an oven liner to catch spills and grease, making it easier to wipe down after cooking.