Trusted Stove Repair Experts
Whether you're cooking a weekday meal or hosting a dinner party, you rely on your stove to perform its best. That's why we're committed to providing fast, reliable stove repair services for all major brands and models. We understand the intricacies of each brand and model, and our repair technicians are equipped with the latest tools and techniques to get your stove up and running again in no time. Plus, we offer competitive pricing and a satisfaction guarantee to ensure that you're completely satisfied with our work. So if your stove is giving you trouble, give us a call today. We'll have it running like new in no time.
Fixing All Types of Stove Issues
Whether your oven isn't heating evenly, your stovetop burners aren't igniting, or your range is making strange noises, we can help. We understand that a broken stove can be a major inconvenience, which is why we offer same-day service in most cases. We also offer a 90-day warranty on all parts and labor, so you can rest assured that your stove will be in good hands.
The gas burner won't light
One common reason a gas burner won't light is because the igniter is dirty. The igniter is the small metal part that creates the spark that lights the gas. Over time, it can become covered in grease and dirt, which prevents it from working properly. To clean it, simply remove it from the burner and scrape away any debris with a toothpick or other sharp object. If the igniter still doesn't work, you may need to replace it. Another possible reason your burner won't light is that the gas valve is turned off. The gas valve is usually located near the back of the stove, and it controls the flow of gas to the burners. Make sure that the knob is in the "on" position before you try lighting up the burner.
Gas stove top keeps clicking
If your gas stove top keeps clicking, there could be a few different causes. One possibility is that the igniter is dirty or damaged. Over time, dirt and debris can build up on the igniter, preventing it from sparking properly. Another possibility is that the gas valve is not opening all the way. This can be caused by a variety of things, including a dirty valve or a blockage in the line. If you suspect that the gas valve is the problem, you should call a qualified technician to inspect and repair it. Finally, if your stove is clicking but not igniting, it could be due to a problem with the pilot light. If the pilot light goes out, gas will continue to flow but will not ignite.
Induction element is not heating
A number of factors can prevent an induction element from heating up. If the element is not receiving enough power, it will not be able to generate the high levels of heat needed in order to cook food. This can be caused by a tripped circuit breaker or a blown fuse. Another potential problem is that the cookware being used is not compatible with induction cooking. Induction cooktops work by creating a magnetic field that only ferrous metal pans with a flat bottom will work with. If the cookware is not compatible, the element will not heat up. Finally, induction elements have sensitive sensors that can be damaged if they come into contact with water. If the sensor is damaged, it will no longer be able to properly regulate the temperature.
Electric burner is not heating
One potential reason why your electric burner is not heating up could be that the element is not working. If this is the case, you will need to replace the element. Another possibility is that the burner itself is not getting power. This could be due to a tripped circuit breaker or a blown fuse. If the breaker has been tripped, simply reset it and try again. If the fuse has blown, you will need to replace it with a new one of the same amperage. Finally, it is also possible that the temperature control switch is not working properly. If this is the case, you will need to replace the switch. By troubleshooting these potential problems, you should be able to get your electric burner working again.