When you need cookies for that school bake sale, the oven is right there for you. However, when it starts to malfunction, it becomes impossible to cook or bake. Faulty ovens can be very frustrating, and your first impulse may be to run out and buy a new one. Before you do that, give Choice Repair Company a call. Our team of certified technicians will be able to pinpoint the issue and have your oven up and running again.
Not only do they have years of experience under their belts, but they receive regular training to stay up to date with the newest technology and stay on top of your game.
They'll give your oven a once over and pinpoint the issue. You'll also be presented with an accurate quote, which means that there are no hidden charges.
Whether the door is not closing properly, the oven won't turn on or the ignition system is faulty, we will solve the issue.
Why Is My Oven Breaking Down?
It could be anything from the wires being frayed or the heating element needs replacing.
If you want to follow the DIY route, we would advise against it. It may save you money initially. However, you risk causing even more damage to the appliance, which will cost you more down the line. More complex issues should be addressed by a professional.
This is most likely due to a faulty heating element or a damaged igniter. If the oven range is also not lighting up, then the gas line may be compromised. You need professional help for this issue. If you smell gas, quickly exit the building and call 911. If the igniter or the heating element needs to be dealt with, our technicians will repair it for you.
Door Won't Close
This could be due to many issues. The rubber gaskets may need replacing, the door sensor might need servicing, or the door springs might be damaged. These parts need to be replaced.
If your oven has a self-clean function, then the switch, control panel or locking motor need to be repaired. You may also need to install a new thermostat.
Is it Time for a Replacement?
Ovens have some of the longest lifespans of any household appliance. If you maintain and service it regularly, your oven can last as long as fifteen years. If it's longer than fifteen years, then you need to consider replacing the oven. Not only can we help you choose a new oven, we can help you install it.
Give us a call and we can help you with all of your appliance repair needs.