You can’t cook with a broken stove or oven. You should schedule oven repair ASAP or there won’t be time to cook a nutritious dinner. We don’t want your home to go hungry! That’s why we are happy to offer same-day oven and stove repair for houses in Washington.
Lane Appliance Repair can repair oven, range and stove problems on major brands and models of appliance. Our team has the experience, training and tools to finish the repair during the first scheduled visit. Plus, we load vans with manufacturer replacement parts for top brands and offer all a warranty on parts and labor. It is our plan to fix your stove in plenty of time for dinner!
When an electric stove won’t turn on, check if the appliance power cord is plugged in and that all circuit breakers are on. You need to check the pilot light on gas appliances. If the oven is plugged in and the pilot light is on in the oven, then another part will need to be replaced. The reason for the issue might be an surface element, infinite switch, burner igniter or bake and broil element.
A burner or stove or oven that doesn’t produce heat will not do much good. An oven does not heat when there is a broken oven sensor or a malfunctioning bake element. A burner won’t turn on if an element breaks or the burner switch or terminal block do not work. We are able to fix these common issues in no more than 1-2 hours after we arrive.
It’s reasonable to assume the control panel on a stove or oven is broken when the timer or program settings don’t work. In this case, we are able to repair control boards for LG, Sears, GE, KitchenAid, Kenmore and most other brands of ranges, stoves and ovens. We provide a warranty on all of the control panels and the manufacturer replacement parts we need for this stove repair service.
You always should have a hot oven. But not too hot! If the oven heat is extremely hot, it might be due to a broken sensor or thermostat. Our appliance technicians know how to diagnose the cause of the issue and then fix it. But be careful if troubleshooting this issue for fear of skin burns from the very high and totally unpredictable heat.
A reoccurring stove issue is that an igniter glows but will not light. The cause is sometimes from a broken safety valve, electronic control, surface igniter or temperature sensor. We are able to determine whether we are able to fix these parts or if we have to replace the parts.
New self-cleaning models of ovens are known to experience door issues often. The door won’t open after the cleaning cycle. We inspect the door closure, seal and thermostat to troubleshoot why the door will not open and then complete the repair in order to put an end to the problem.
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