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An oven is an essential appliance in your kitchen, especially if you are into baking. When it goes out or causes you problems, it makes baking so much more tedious. Here are some common problems and how to fix them. One note, the oven uses high temperatures and is kind of dangerous to work on.

Common Oven Problems

Here are three of the most common problems and how to fix them.

Why Does My Oven Not Heat Up?

If your oven won’t heat up, check what type of oven you have. If it’s a gas oven, chances are, it’s the result of a problematic igniter. If both the burners and oven don’t work, it’s a gas supply problem. Now, if you have an electric oven, most likely the heating element has gone bad and will need a professional to repair.

Why Does My Oven Not Get Hot Enough?

The cause of your oven not getting hot enough is the fault of a broken temperature sensor. This is a relatively easy fix, but if you’re not familiar with electrics, we recommend hiring certified professionals to fix this issue.

What does it mean if my oven is smoking?

The most common cause of a smoking oven is because it’s dirty. Over time, spills and debris from previous uses stay in the oven, heat up, and cause smoke and odors. Depending on the type of food, they could be anywhere in the oven. So if it’s smoking and causing fire alarms to go off, it’s time for a good cleaning.

What Oven Brands Do You Service?

We Service everything from very high-end ovens like Thermador, Dacor, and Viking to simple older units. Other brands include Sub-Zero, Wolf, Maytag, KitchenAid, Whirlpool, Frigidaire, Bosch, Gaggenau, GE, Samsung, Bluestar, Miele, LG, and more. So yes, if you have a problem with your oven give us a call and we will be happy to help.

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