You can’t cook in your kitchen with a broken oven or stove. You should call for oven repair immediately or else there will not be time to whip up a delicious dinner. We do not want everyone in your house to be hungry! That is why we are delighted to offer same-day appointments for stove and oven repair in Peoria, AZ.
Tru Appliance Repair is able to troubleshoot and repair range, stove and oven problems on major brands and models of appliance. Our team has the training and tools to finish the repair in their original appointment. We also load up service vans with replacement parts for major appliance brands and offer a warranty on labor. It’s our goal to repair your broken oven well before dinner!
When an electric stove will not turn on, check if the appliance is plugged in and all circuit breakers are on. You will want to check the pilot light for gas appliances. If the stove power cord is plugged in or if the pilot light is burning in the oven, then another part of the appliance will need to be replaced. The reason for the issue could be the surface element, infinite switch, burner igniter or bake and broil element.
A stove or burner with no produce heat won’t do much. An oven will not heat if there is a broken oven sensor or bake element. A burner won’t ignite if an element breaks or if the burner switch or the terminal block don’t work. We know how to troubleshoot and repair these common problems in less than 1-2 hours after our arrival.
It is safe to assume the control panel on a stove or oven is broken if the program or timer settings aren’t working. If that’s the case, we know how to fix control boards on Sears, GE, LG, Kenmore, KitchenAid and most other brands and models of stoves, ovens and ranges. We offer a warranty on all of the control boards and manufacturer replacement parts we install for this type of oven repair service.
You always want a hot oven. Although not too hot! If the oven heat is too hot, it might be because of an issue with the thermostat or sensor. Our appliance technicians are able to identify the reason for the problem and then fix it. Always be careful when troubleshooting this issue for fear of skin burns from the high and totally unpredictable heat source.
A common stove problem is times where an igniter will glow but it doesn’t light. The reason this occurs is sometimes from either a broken surface igniter, safety valve, electronic control or temperature sensor. We are able to determine whether we can repair these appliance parts or if we have to replace the parts.
Newer self-cleaning ovens sometimes have door issues often. The door will not open after the cleaning cycle. We monitor the door closure, seal and thermostat to troubleshoot why the door doesn’t open and then we complete the necessary repair in order to fix the problem.
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