When customers come to us for oven repairs, the most common issue they bring to us has to do with the ignition or the heating element. This means that any baking that you had planned has now been put on the back burner (no pun intended!) Pat’s Appliance Repair service understands that this issue needs immediate tending to. We are the most reliable repair service in Windsor, and we can have an experienced technician at your door in no time at all to look at your appliance. They have years of experience in oven repair, as well as weekly training to keep themselves sharp.
They’ll make sure to inspect the appliance, give an initial assessment and present you with a fair quote. We guarantee that there will be no hidden fees or charges.
We have the solution for any issue that you present to us, and we are only a call away.
Why is my Oven Breaking?
There could be a laundry list of reasons why your oven is breaking down. You can make a few preliminary observations on your own. For example, you can check the gas line, the ignition system, and the heating mechanics. If the latter is the issue, call us and do not attempt to repair it yourself. DIY repairs may save you money in the short term. However, without the proper tools or knowledge, you may cause further damages to the appliance that will cost you more money later on. The best option is to contact a professional so that the repair can be carried out right the first time and save you time, money and effort.
Common Issues that your Oven Faces
Faulty ignition or a faulty heating element will prevent the oven from reaching the correct temperature. A technician can help you replace these if necessary. If the oven’s range is also failing to light or warm-up, then the gas line may be compromised. This requires professional assistance. If you smell gas, exit the building immediately and get your provider on the phone.
Door Not Closing
This could point to several things. It could be the door sensor, the springs or the rubber gaskets that need replacing. Our technicians will advise you how best to go about replacing them.
Won’t Clean Itself
If your oven has a function where it can self-clean, and the cycle is not performing as it should, then you may need to consider replacing the switch, locking motor or thermostat.
Is it the right time for a Replacement?
Ovens have the longest lives of all the major appliances. With the right kind of care, ovens can last up to fifteen years. If your oven is nearing its fifteenth birthday, you may want to consider buying a new one. Our technicians at Pat’s Appliance Repair can give you advice on replacing your old oven and even help you install the new one.
No matter the issue, give our team a call today and we can help you with any repairs or replacements.