It is not possible to cook in your kitchen with a broken stove or oven. You should schedule stove repair fast or there isn’t going to be time to fix a tasty dinner. We do not want your home to go hungry! That is the reason we are proud to offer same-day appointments for oven and stove repair in Ann Arbor, MI.
Anytime Ann Arbor Appliance Repair is able to troubleshoot and repair all common stove, oven and range problems on all name brands and models of appliance. Our technicians have the experience, tools and training to finish the job during the original scheduled visit. Plus, we load up our service vans with replacement parts for top appliance brands and offer all a warranty on parts and labor. It is our goal to repair your broken oven in enough time for dinner!
When an electric stove will not start, ensure the appliance power cord is plugged in and that all circuit breakers are switched on. You need to check the pilot light on gas models. If the stove is plugged in or if the pilot light is burning, it means a different part of the appliance will need to be fixed. The reason for the issue might be the infinite switch, surface element, igniter or bake and broil element.
A stove or burner that doesn’t produce heat won’t do much. An oven won’t heat if there is a broken bake element or oven sensor. Your burner won’t turn on when an element is broken or when the burner switch or terminal block do not work. We can fix these common problems in under 1-2 hours after an appointment begins.
It’s safe to assume the control board on a stove is broken if the program or timer functions do not work. In this case, we know how to repair control boards for GE, LG, Sears, KitchenAid, Kenmore and many other brands and models of stoves, ovens and ranges. We provide a warranty on control boards and the manufacturer replacement parts we install for this stove repair service.
You always want a hot oven. Although not too hot! If the oven heat is extremely hot, it could be due to a broken thermostat or sensor. Our repairmen can identify the cause of the issue and fix it. Just be careful if troubleshooting this issue for fear of burns from the very high and unpredictable heat.
A common stove problem is when an igniter will glow but it does not light. The cause is from a broken electronic control, surface igniter, safety valve or temperature sensor. We can determine whether we are able to fix these parts or if we will need to replace the part.
Modern self-cleaning ovens can experience door issues often. The door doesn’t open after the oven cleans itself. We monitor the door closure, seal and thermostat to identify why the door will not open and then we complete the repair in order to put an end to the problem.
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