When your stove or oven breaks you need to fix it now or forget about that delicious dinner you were preparing. So that your family will not go hungry or have to survive on fast food takeout, we will find a local appliance repair service that can help ASAP!
First Racine Appliance Repair is able to connect customers to professionals that can repair all common oven, stove, and range issues on all major models and brands. Local technicians carry the tools and have the training to complete the job. Professionals their service vans with manufacturer parts for all major appliance brands. We will find a service that can fix your oven in plenty of time to prepare dinner!
WON’T TURN ON/IGNITE
If your electric stove won’t start, check the electricity first. If it is plugged in and the circuit breakers are OK but still will not start, call us. For a gas stove, check the pilot light first and if that is OK but the stove will not start, call us. Causes include problems with the surface element, oven burner igniter, infinite switch, or the bake and broil element. Professionals fix any and all of these problems on all brands and models.
BURNER/OVEN WON’T HEAT
Call us if your oven does not heat up. You likely have a malfunctioning oven sensor or a broken bake element. If a burner will not heat up, an element may be broken or there will be a problem with the terminal clock or burner switch. These problems can often be repaired in an hour or two after a repairman arrives at your home.
When your timer or program settings do not work, it is the control board on the stove that is the problem. A professional will replace the control board for your LG, GE, Kenmore, Sears, and several other models and brands of stoves and ranges.
OVEN IS TOO HOT
When your oven is too hot it burns the food. And, when you try to fix this problem yourself you can get burned. This is commonly caused by a broken thermostat or sensor. Our technicians will diagnose and repair this issue. Call us. Do not try to fix this one on your own!
IGNITER WON’T LIGHT
When an igniter glows but does not light, there is a broken safety valve, electronic control, surface igniter, or temperature sensor. A repairman will determine which is the problem and replace the broken part.
DOOR WON’T OPEN
When a new self-cleaning oven finishes its cleaning cycle, sometimes the door does not open. When this happens call us. We will find a service to examine the thermostat, seal, and door latch to identify the problem and then make the necessary repairs.
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