Oven Repair Services
If you’re like the average person, you’ve probably started prepare more and more of your meals in your home rather than going out to eat. Not only does cooking for yourself save you a bundle, but it’s also the best way to make sure you’re making healthy food choices.
Cooking for yourself becomes very difficult if your oven stops working. There’s a limited number of things you can do with just a stovetop and microwave.
The good news is that oven repair is fairly simple. Unlike stovetops, ovens haven’t evolved all that much over the years though the parts used to build them have improved and they’re more energy efficient. For the most part, anyone with basic skills and a few tools will be able to get their oven up and running again.
Give Yourself Time
Yes, you want to get your oven operational as soon as possible, but make sure you have time to complete the project. It really is in your best interest to set aside a few hours to get the job done. If you get done sooner, great. If not, you won’t feel rushed or stressed.
In addition to giving yourself plenty of time to complete the project, you should look your pets out of the kitchen and if possible, convince your young children to go to the park for the afternoon. The job will be simpler if you don’t have them underfoot.
It might seem obvious, but before you even start to disassemble your oven you need to make sure you’ve either unplugged it or turned the gas off. Double check that you’ve done this properly. If you have an electric oven this is a great time to examine the condition of the cord and make sure it’s in good shape. If the plug or cord looks worn, you should contact Denver Appliance Repair about getting it replaced. Don’t even think about plugging the appliance in again until the cord has been fixed. Using a damaged cord is dangerous.
Troubleshoot your Oven
You can’t repair your oven if you don’t know what the problem is. You’ve got to do some troubleshooting. The most common problems include:
- Burnt out oven elements-Even though the oven indicates that it’s on, your food never cooks. The oven element is very easy to replace on most ovens.
- Temperature control malfunction-In this case, your food cooks but it cooks to quickly and burns, or takes forever to cook. You’ll probably have to replace the temperature gauge.
- Inaccurate and malfunctioning temperature control panel-This can be identified by setting the oven at a specific temperature and using a cooking thermometer to determine how warm the interior actually gets.
- Oven door mechanical problems-Several things can make it difficult to either open or close the door. Be prepared to remove the door and then reattach it again.
- Gas ignition malfunction-Don’t try to fix this yourself, call an expert.
Knowing what’s wrong with your oven is just one aspect of getting it repaired. You also need to have the right tools. The tools you should have on hand when you start your oven repair project includes:
- Multiple Wrenches
- Screwdrivers at least four different sizes
- Something to scrape grease from various parts. Make sure it’s made out of plastic
- Nut driver
- Crimp-on terminals
- Oven thermometer make sure it’s properly calibrated
You should be able to find the parts you need to get your oven up and running again at the local hardware store. If you’re looking at cheap, generic replacement parts we urge you to reconsider. Spend a few extra dollars and get a replacement part that was created by your oven manufacturer. Not only will they be a perfect fit for your appliance, but the quality is usually quite a bit better and they will last longer and perform better. Remember, a repair job is only as good as the parts you used.
If You’re Not Sure, Contact the Professionals
You should only tackle your own oven repair project if you’re confident that you will be able to do the work yourself. If you have any reservations, you should contact Denver Appliance Repair, we’re happy to help you out.
The great thing about working with us is that we understand what you’re going through. When you call us an experienced person will answer the phone and listen while you describe the problem. There’s even a chance that they’ll be able to talk you through whatever problem you’ve encountered so you can finish your oven repair project.
If it turns out that you do indeed need professional help, the customer service rep will set up a time for the most qualified member of our repair team to come to your home and get the oven repaired. The appointment will be booked at a time that’s convenient for you, not the other way around.
Common oven repair problems we’re happy to handle includes:
- Ovens that have started sparking whenever they’re turned on
- Faulty temperature gauges
- Fluctuating temperature
- Ovens that heat up slowly or that never get warm
- Bakes unevenly
- Broken Broiler
- Wiring problems
- Broken displays, timers, ignitions, oven lights
- Defective self-clean cycle
- Drip pan replacement
- Broken doors
When you contact Denver Appliance Repair about getting your oven fixed you can rest assured that the professional repair tech who knocks on your door has a great deal of experience and knows all about your brand/model of oven. They will work quickly and make sure your oven gets fixed properly. In addition to the actual repair, they’ll also examine your oven and alert you to signs of future problems.
In addition to repairing ovens, we can also set up an appointment to have one of our professionals look over your stove or oven and make sure it’s up to date on maintenance.
Our phone line is open 24/7 so feel free to call us as soon as you start to have problems with your oven. The sooner you get your oven fixed, the sooner you can get back to making healthy meals and feeding your family.