Oven, Stove and Range Repair Winnipeg
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Need a Fast Oven Repair Service Company in Winnipeg?
We provide stove repair services for all types of stoves:
- Electrical Ovens
- Convection Ovens
- Wall Mount Ovens
- Commercial Stoves
- Induction Stoves
- All types of kitchen stoves
No matter what the problem is whether it is timer repairs, sealing issues, element repair, oven control panel repair, stove top repairs or any other issue, give us a call for all of your residential and commercial stove repair needs.
We cover a wide variety of the major stove brands.
What Issues To Look For When Your Range/Stove Stops Working?
You may experience some trouble as your stove or range begins to age. This doesn’t mean losing all hope and getting it replaced – many of the problems can be fixed through simple maintenance checks. If you’ve got some technical know-how, you may even be able to take care of serious issues without having to call us, but if you’d like some help we can talk over the phone. For the general public however, it is recommended that you call an appliance repair professional to get your range or stove fixed, since you may end up doing more harm than good if you don’t know what to do. Here are things to check if your range / oven begins to develop problems:
- If the range refuses to work completely, or works intermittently, you should start by checking for a tripped circuit breaker or blown fuse. Then test the power outlet for current and ensure that the power cable is securely plugged in. If it is still not working, check the terminal block’s connection, test the power cord, replace any extension cords you may be using (also test the power cord directly, without any extension), and, lastly, check the voltage supply from the power outlet.
- If a single burner isn’t working, start by reseating the element inside its receptacle block. Then test the heating element, element connectors and the burner control switch.
- If a single burner works with interruptions, you should reseat the element and test the heating elements, element connectors and burner control switch.
- If the problematic burner works only at a high level of heat you should check the burner control switch, and also test for a short circuit in the wiring.
- If none of the burners work, or they aren’t able to reach full temperature, ensure that the cord is connected securely, test the outlet for current, check terminal block connections, check the power cord, remove / replace any extension cords, and check the voltage at the outlet.
- The burner’s ‘ON’ indication light isn’t working – this may be due to the bulb having burned out, check the light connection to the burner control switch, and also test the burner control switch itself.
- If the oven isn’t heating up, check the clock settings and timer, reseat the element, and test the element, element connectors, stove temperature control and oven selector control.
- If the oven isn’t able to maintain the specified temperature, reseat the element; test the element, element connectors, stove temperature control and oven selector control; check the thermometer bulb; recalibrate the temperature control.
- If the oven’s temperature isn’t matching the control, try a recalibration of the temperature control.
- If the broiler isn’t functioning, you should reseat the element, and also check the element, element connectors, oven temperature control and oven selector control.
- If the range’s convection feature is out of order, you’ll need to check the fan motor, remove any obstructions from the fan, and also inspect the stove selector control for any issues.
- A non-functioning clock is probably because of trouble with connections.
- If your oven’s self-cleaning feature isn’t working, ensure that the latches are secured and doors sealed. Additionally, check the element, temperature control and oven selector control for problems.
- An oven door that won’t close properly may be fixed by adjusting the door itself or the door springs. The door seal gasket should also be checked for problems; a faulty gasket will usually be accompanied by an abnormally hot oven exterior.
Oven Brands We Service:
- General Electric
- Jenn Air and more