Oven Repair Overland Park
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Nothing can ruin dinner plans quite like an oven that won’t turn on! If you find yourself with an oven, range, or stove problem, give our oven repair Overland Park professionals a call today for an accurate diagnosis and fast repair.
When your oven breaks, the last thing you want to do is try to fix it yourself. Not only is it a complex machine, but you also risk injuring yourself if you’re unfamiliar with how it works. Plus, there’s always the possibility that you could make the problem worse.
That’s why it’s always a good idea to call a professional oven repair technician. At The Appliance Care Company, our expert oven repair Overland Park technicians have the training and experience you need to get it done right!
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What's Wrong with Your Oven?
A temperature sensor bulb may be loose or burned out, causing your oven not to heat.
Oven Repair FAQs
We are often asked, “Should I repair or replace my oven?”.
Several factors can come into play when deciding on oven repair vs replacement: Consider the age of your oven, the brand and type of your oven or range, and the cost to repair your oven versus the price of buying a new one.
Generally speaking, oven repair is recommended when the price of repair is less than half the price of purchasing a new oven.
Give The Appliance Care Company a call, and our team of experts will happily assist with your oven repair Overland Park. If you decide to purchase an oven, stove, or range, we also carry a variety of new, scratch-and-dent, and used appliances.
Ovens, stoves, and ranges are all complex heating units that have the potential to become dangerous if a repair is attempted without thorough knowledge. For oven repairs, we always recommend calling a professional.
Minor adjustments and cleaning of a oven, range, or stove are relatively safe so long as proper precaution is used. If in doubt, always consult your owner’s manual or call a professional for help.
Before troubleshooting your oven, always make sure to disconnect it from it’s power source.
Common causes of an electric oven to stop working:
- Tripped breaker or blown fuse
- Burned out bake element
- Burned out broil element
- Blown thermal fuse
- Faulty thermostat sensor
- Failed relay board
- Failed temperature control thermostat
- and more…
If your oven stopped working, give the professionals a call at The Appliance Care Company. Our oven repair Overland Park team will diagnose and repair your oven, range, or stove quickly and accurately.