Wolf Appliance Repair

Wolf-Appliance-RepairWolf was founded in 1945 and is managed today by the third generation of family ownership. The brand is known for over 70 years and promises to never compromise on the best quality a kitchen can have. Dedicated to performance and cooking confidence, Wolf will not disappoint you.

In terms of product satisfaction, they make sure the appliances they manufacture exceed the expectation of customers. Using materials such as stainless steel and burners with special sensors, Wolf promises to last at least 20 years. On the official Wolf website, visitors can find different recipes and food blogging. Customers are able to find all the services Wolf has to offer under the menu “Assistance and Services” where it is possible to book an appointment for a show room, find the nearest store location, get technician, find warranty information, order parts and much more.

The Wolf brand has been in operation since 1945, and they have been creating luxury kitchen appliance ever since they kicked off the family-owned brand which boasts of using the finest quality of steel to produce high-quality kitchen gadgets.

The Wolf brand boasts of producing items which last almost 2 decades are responsible for the production of microwaves, ovens, range hoods, cooktops, ranges, and outdoor grills. While the Wolf brand may have a product line with a long shelf-life, one cannot predict what may go wrong at any time. This is where the need for experienced Wolf Appliance Repair technicians come up. We at MAAR24 Appliance Repair and Installation Company are undoubtedly the best Wolf appliance repairers. These are some of the issues we handle;

Stove Repair Oven Repair
Stove Repair

stove repairWolf Stove Repair:

Cooktops are good alternatives to cooking stoves, and they can make your cooking quite fast and stress-free. Wolf cooktops are one of the highest qualities of cooktops you can get in the market. Not only are they reliable, but they also get heated up fast. Due to their constant use, while cooking, they might develop faults, and when this occurs, we at MAAR24 Appliance Repair and Installation can get your cooktop back to normal. These are some of the cooktop faults we handle Stove repair;

  • Failure of electric cooktop to turn on
  • Inability of electric coils to heat up
  • Difficulty in adjusting the burners’ temperature
  • Sparks when the cooktop is turned on
  • Failure of indicator lights to come on
  • Broken electric coils



Faulty burners that won’t turn on

Things get very stressful in the kitchen when the stove burner won’t heat. The pressure is on to get the food ready on time and your stove doesn’t want to cooperate. This is a scary scenario that you should avoid at all times.

Luckily, there are things you can do to avoid this dilemma. Having routine service done for your kitchen stove is a primary and most effective way to ensure that it’s working 100%.

It’s also important to know the main causes of why a stove burner won’t heat. This way you can readily apply proper solutions.



Temperature regulation issues

One thing you probably dislike in cooking is when a stove can’t maintain temperature. This problem can easily mess with your cooking time. It also affects the outcome of your dish. You may end up with raw, tough meat.

You can avoid this hassle by regularly checking on the condition of your stove. Qualified technicians know what to inspect so consider scheduling them for regular visits.



Faulty induction elements

If you find yourself searching for ‘can’t adjust heat on stove’ you have a legitimate problem. Burners that won’t heat to and stay at the temperature you need make cooking almost anything impossible. Basically this renders the stove un-usable.

Before you haul the offending appliance off to the land fill and resign yourself to the expense of a new stove, there are some common issues that you can check for. Because this issue involves electricity safety should be first on your mind.



Stove glass cracked

Sometimes something falls or drops onto your glass top stove and cracks the glass, and other times the glass can crack from other factors. This can be a very irritating issue. However, it can also be an extremely dangerous issue.

NEVER
 use your stove if the glass top is cracked or shattered. Even the smallest cracks are dangerous and the stove should never be used as cracks increase your risk of being electrocuted.



Stove burners spark all the time

If you’re cooking dinner on your stove and notice the burner start to spark, that can startle you! And you’re probably thinking, “why is it doing that?!” Don’t worry though, our team of professional repairmen are here to help. If your stove burner is sparking, this is dangerous and can be a fire hazard, so it should be fixed right away.

Causes:

  • Loose connectors: as time goes on and you use your burners frequently, the connection can become loose. When the connection starts to loosen, it can cause high resistance, which can cause the wires to overheat and burn or arc, causing sparks.
  • Frayed wires: overtime the insulation on the wires that are connected to the burner may begin to fray. If the wires start to fray, they can cause arcing and sparks. You will need to replace these wires.
  • Damaged coil: Overtime, as you frequently use your burners, the coils can become damaged. If the coils have any cracks, bubbles, or blisters, this can cause sparking and you will have to replace your burner.
  • Defective element: if there doesn’t appear to be any damage or problems with your burner but it is sparking, it may be defective and needs to be replaced.



Stove knob won’t turn

Nothing is more frustrating than when your oven knob won’t turn and you have food to cook! However, the good news is that this problem is generally easy to fix!

If your oven knob is not turning, the problem is likely with the peg shaft or the knob cap. To begin fixing the issue, you need to take the knob handle off. To get the knob off, gently pull it off with your hand or ease it off with a butter knife.

Now that the knob is off, you can take a look at the peg shaft. When you are inspecting and fixing issues, always make sure to be careful, as if done incorrectly you can cause additional problems to your oven.

To inspect the peg shaft, you will notice a peg protruding from the cooker front. Take a pair of pliers and gently try to turn the peg to change the temperature. If the peg turns and works successfully, the issue is with the knob, which can easily be replaced. If the peg still does not move when you try to turn it, the peg has probably gotten stuck. You can simply add some WD40 to the peg and allow it to soak in. Then, try turning the peg again, if it still does not move, you will need to call a professional to help you fix the issue.



Range surface element won’t turn off

If you’re done cooking and the stove burner won’t turn off, it can be concerning and dangerous. Not only is it dangerous to your safety, but it can also be a fire hazard. You are going to need to fix this issue as soon as possible.

Causes:

  • Broken knob: if the knob on the stove is broken, it won’t be able to turn the temperature off. You can try removing the knob handle and manually turn the temperature off with a pair of pliers by turning the peg.
  • Electronic or control pad error: Sometimes the electronics or control pad in your stove encounter an error and the stove will not receive the message that it needs to turn off. Try unplugging the oven from the wall and waiting 60 seconds before plugging it back in to see if this resets the oven.
  • Faulty surface element: if the surface element shorts out, the burner may not be able to turn off. As well, if the electrical contacts have fused together, this will send constant voltage to the burner, meaning it will not be able to turn off and will need to be replaced.
  • Faulty surface element switch: the surface element switch indicates to the stove when it needs to turn off. If the switch shorts out, the stove won’t get the message to turn off.

Oven Repair

oven repairWolf Oven Repair:

The importance of an oven in your kitchen cannot be overstated. Ovens make your cooking experience enjoyable and easy. If you enjoy fine cuisine and dining, you need a Wolf oven. Sadly, when your oven breaks down, you might be tempted to start looking for replacements. Don’t be in a hurry yet. We can fix your broken down oven, just reach out to us at MAAR24 Appliance Repair and Installation. We handle the following Oven repair;

  • Broken wire
  • Incorrect oven temperature
  • Failure of oven to turn on
  • Inactive oven lights
  • Broken oven doors
  • Failure of oven to self-clean



Trouble maintaining temperature

The oven is a valuable and often taken-for-granted appliance. You turn the dial to the desired temperature, wait the standard 10 minutes for it to heat up and.. voila! You’re ready to create your culinary masterpiece. But what happens when that perfect temperature starts to drop? Worst-case scenario; you need a new stove. Best case scenario; the problem is a simple fix that you can do yourself.



Oven Failure to turn on

You’re trying to put dinner in the oven and it just won’t start? “Oh no!” you’re probably thinking. When your oven doesn’t turn on it can feel quite stressful and needs to be sorted as soon as possible.

It’s a good job there are some troubleshooting steps you can take to try and fix your oven. Looking after your oven can have a range of long-lasting benefits to make your life easier.



Oven door does not close properly

If your oven door does not close properly, the heat will escape from your oven. This can lead to cooking times that are all off and uneven baking. You could even burn yourself from the heat leaking from the door. This is definitely an issue that needs a swift repair.

This is where we can help. Regular maintenance on your oven can help stop issues from cropping up and extend the life of your oven.



Oven self cleaning problem

Running the self cleaning cycle on your oven has the possibility of causing issues to it. As well, there could be an issue with your oven that is preventing your self cleaning cycle from working. These issues can be extremely frustrating to deal with. But don’t worry, our team has all the experience needed to repair any oven issues!

Causes:

  • Door latch switch: If something is wrong with your door latch switch, the oven cleaning cycle will not begin. The door switch allows the oven door to lock, and the cycle will only run if the door is able to lock.
  • Door lock motor and switch assembly: as mentioned above, the door switch allows the oven door to lock, and the cleaning cycle will only run if the door is locked. The switch is what activates the door lock motor to keep the oven door locked during the self cleaning cycle. If the door lock motor and switch assembly is faulty, the door will remain locked after the cleaning cycle is over and you will not be able to open the door.
  • Temperature control thermostat: this thermostat is what regulates the temperature of the oven. If the temperature control thermostat is faulty, it may not work during the self cleaning process. It is possible for this thermostat to work correctly during backing cycles but not for the cleaning cycle.
  • Thermal fuse: the job of the thermal fuse is to shut the power off to the oven when it gets too hot, to avoid overheating. It is possible for the thermal fuse to blow while the self cleaning cycle is running. If this happens, you will have to replace it.



Oven interior light not working

If your oven interior light is not working, it can be a pain. You’re constantly having to open the oven to see how your meal is coming along, which affects the time taken to cook and the quality of your food. Have you ever baked a cake while opening the oven door to check on it? The result is a pancake!

Getting regular maintenance carried out on your oven and other kitchen appliances can help prevent issues like this from cropping up. There are a few easy fixes that you too can try to sort out this frustrating issue.



Oven not heating properly

The oven is a valuable and often taken-for-granted appliance. You turn the dial to the desired temperature, wait the standard 10 minutes for it to heat up and.. voila! You’re ready to create your culinary masterpiece. But what happens when that perfect temperature starts to drop? Worst-case scenario; you need a new stove. Best case scenario; the problem is a simple fix that you can do yourself.



Oven doesn’t bake evenly

It can be incredibly frustrating when you need to bake something, but your oven is not baking it evenly! Chances are, you don’t know why your oven is causing your food to bake unevenly. Don’t worry, there are a few common causes to explain this, and our technicians are always here to help!

One reason may be that your oven is not calibrated correctly. If the oven is not level, it will not cook food evenly. If your oven calibration is off, you are going to want an expert technician to help you fix this problem.

Another reason your oven may not be baking evenly is because the heat is not distributed evenly. This can be caused by a dirty oven fan or a door that is not closing properly. Make sure to clean the oven fan and check the door seals to ensure that they are in good condition.

The issue could also be as simple as moving around your oven racks. If your food is burnt on top but undercooked at the bottom, then it may be time for a little more labour. You may need to lower the racks in order for it all to cook equally, and even rotate them as they’re cooking so there’s no uneven spots.



Oven broiler problem

If you are a person who uses their oven broiler, you may be upset when you start facing problems with it. There is no reason to worry when the team at Express Repair can help you with any broiler problem you may be facing.

Causes:

  • Burnt out broil element: when the broil element is working properly, it glows a bright red when heated up, and will not glow if it is not working. You are able to check for holes or blisters on the element that can help indicate if it has burnt out. You can use a multimeter to check for continuity on the broil element. If it does not have continuity, it has burnt out and will need to be replaced.
  • Temperature control thermostat: this thermostat regulates the temperature of the broiler. If the thermostat is no longer working, it will not be able to heat up the broiler element. When the thermostat malfunctions, you will need to replace it as it is not repairable.
  • Oven control board: The control board sends voltage to the bake and broil circuits when you need to use them. If the control board is faulty, it may not be able to send the voltage to the broil circuit. Before you replace the control board, make sure you have tested all other possibilities and causes of the broiler problem.



Oven thermostat not working properly

The oven is a valuable and often taken-for-granted appliance. You turn the dial to the desired temperature, wait the standard 10 minutes for it to heat up and.. voila! You’re ready to create your culinary masterpiece. But what happens when that perfect temperature starts to drop? Worst-case scenario; you need a new stove. Best case scenario; the problem is a simple fix that you can do yourself.



Oven fan is not spinning

The oven fan not working correctly is a common, and sometimes noisy, problem that your oven can face. Our technicians are well experienced in solving all kinds of oven problems, so you can trust our team!

Causes:

  • Oven fan element is faulty: if you check your oven and feel it blowing cold air and the thermostat light is on, then the problem is likely with the fan element. If the fan element is damaged, it will not work correctly. You will need to get a technician to check this problem out for you.
  • Oven fan motor malfunction: if you notice that the oven fan sounds noisy or moves slow, the problem could be with the fan motor. For safety reasons, when it comes to inspecting the oven fan, you should always trust a reliable technician to inspect it instead of trying it yourself. To check if the motor is faulty, the technician will ensure the oven is off and unplugged. They will try to turn the fan blades by hand, and if they feel stiff then the problem is likely with the motor. They can also check to see if the fan blades need to be cleaned, as sometimes they get covered in gunk, and cleaning may solve the problem.
  • Wrong oven setting: if the fan and the heating are both not working on your oven, check to see which mode the oven has been set to. If it has been set to “auto” mode, this could be the problem. Simply change your oven back to the “manual” setting.



Oven hinges problem

If your oven door does not close properly, the heat will escape from your oven. This can lead to cooking times that are all off and uneven baking. You could even burn yourself from the heat leaking from the door. This is definitely an issue that needs a swift repair.

This is where we can help. Regular maintenance on your oven can help stop issues from cropping up and extend the life of your oven.



Oven temperature sensor failure

Sometimes our ovens start having issues and we’re not sure why. This can be incredibly frustrating, especially since ovens are such an important part of the kitchen and your everyday use!

If you’re having problems with your oven, one of the possibilities is the oven temperature sensor. Here are some common problems that are caused by an oven temperature sensor issue:

  • Longer cooking times than usual: if you are having to prolong your usual cooking time by 10 or 20 minutes, this can mean the temperature sensor isn’t gauging the proper temperature.
  • Undercooked food: if you take out your food when it should be perfectly cooked, but it is actually undercooked, the sensor may only be heating the oven to a fraction of the set temperature.
  • Unevenly cooked food: if you pull your food out of the oven and half of it is cooked or overcooked while the other half is still raw, chances are the temperature sensor needs to be replaced.
  • Oven overheating: The oven overheating is the most serious issue caused by a faulty temperature sensor. If you set the oven temperature to 350 degrees but it rapidly heats up to 450 degrees, this is a serious issue and you will want to get it fixed as soon as possible.



Oven knob won’t turn

Nothing is more frustrating than when your oven knob won’t turn and you have food to cook! However, the good news is that this problem is generally easy to fix!

If your oven knob is not turning, the problem is likely with the peg shaft or the knob cap. To begin fixing the issue, you need to take the knob handle off. To get the knob off, gently pull it off with your hand or ease it off with a butter knife.

Now that the knob is off, you can take a look at the peg shaft. When you are inspecting and fixing issues, always make sure to be careful, as if done incorrectly you can cause additional problems to your oven.

To inspect the peg shaft, you will notice a peg protruding from the cooker front. Take a pair of pliers and gently try to turn the peg to change the temperature. If the peg turns and works successfully, the issue is with the knob, which can easily be replaced. If the peg still does not move when you try to turn it, the peg has probably gotten stuck. You can simply add some WD40 to the peg and allow it to soak in. Then, try turning the peg again, if it still does not move, you will need to call a professional to help you fix the issue.



Oven won’t turn off

If you’re done cooking and your oven won’t turn off, this can seem like a big problem. When your oven doesn’t turn on it can feel quite stressful and needs to be sorted as soon as possible.

Causes:

  • Oven control board: the oven control board uses relays to send voltage to the bake and broil circuits. If one of these relay shorts is closed, continuous voltage may be delivered to the heating circuit. If the oven is turned off and still heats, it is likely a broken control board that needs to be replaced.
  • Bake and broil element: if one of the heating elements burns out, it can cause a short in the oven. If the heating element has shorted out, the oven will not turn off. You can check to see if there is any damage such as holes or blisters on the element that may indicate a short. If there is, you will need to replace the element. Similarly, the broil element can short out causing the same problem.



Oven fan keeps running

If the fan in your oven is still running after you have turned off your oven, there may be a problem. Our technicians have plenty of experience working on all sorts of oven problems and are available to help.

Causes:

  • Faulty temperature sensor: if the temperature sensor is faulty, it may think your oven is still hot, even if it is not. This means the fan will continue to run, even if the oven is cool.
  • Faulty control thermostat: the control thermostat regulates the temperature of the oven and starts the fan if the oven gets too hot. If the thermostat is faulty, it may turn the fan on even when it is not hot.
  • Faulty cooling fan thermostat: The cooling fan thermostat starts the fan when the oven gets hot. If the fan continues to operate after the oven has cooled down, the issue may be with this thermostat.

Common Oven Parts That We Can Replace

  • Baffle
  • Coil Surface Element
  • Control Knob
  • Convection Oven
  • Door Switch
  • Fan Blade
  • Gasket
  • Grease Filter
  • Oven Burner
  • Oven Igniter
  • Oven Thermocouple
  • Oven Bake Element
  • Oven Broil Element
  • Oven Convection Fan
  • Oven Igniter
  • Oven Light Bulb
  • Oven Rack
  • Oven Vent Tube
  • Sealed Surface Burner
  • Spark Electrode
  • Spark Module
  • Terminal Block

stove repairWolf Stove Repair:

Cooktops are good alternatives to cooking stoves, and they can make your cooking quite fast and stress-free. Wolf cooktops are one of the highest qualities of cooktops you can get in the market. Not only are they reliable, but they also get heated up fast. Due to their constant use, while cooking, they might develop faults, and when this occurs, we at MAAR24 Appliance Repair and Installation can get your cooktop back to normal. These are some of the cooktop faults we handle Stove repair;

  • Failure of electric cooktop to turn on
  • Inability of electric coils to heat up
  • Difficulty in adjusting the burners’ temperature
  • Sparks when the cooktop is turned on
  • Failure of indicator lights to come on
  • Broken electric coils



Faulty burners that won’t turn on

Things get very stressful in the kitchen when the stove burner won’t heat. The pressure is on to get the food ready on time and your stove doesn’t want to cooperate. This is a scary scenario that you should avoid at all times.

Luckily, there are things you can do to avoid this dilemma. Having routine service done for your kitchen stove is a primary and most effective way to ensure that it’s working 100%.

It’s also important to know the main causes of why a stove burner won’t heat. This way you can readily apply proper solutions.



Temperature regulation issues

One thing you probably dislike in cooking is when a stove can’t maintain temperature. This problem can easily mess with your cooking time. It also affects the outcome of your dish. You may end up with raw, tough meat.

You can avoid this hassle by regularly checking on the condition of your stove. Qualified technicians know what to inspect so consider scheduling them for regular visits.



Faulty induction elements

If you find yourself searching for ‘can’t adjust heat on stove’ you have a legitimate problem. Burners that won’t heat to and stay at the temperature you need make cooking almost anything impossible. Basically this renders the stove un-usable.

Before you haul the offending appliance off to the land fill and resign yourself to the expense of a new stove, there are some common issues that you can check for. Because this issue involves electricity safety should be first on your mind.



Stove glass cracked

Sometimes something falls or drops onto your glass top stove and cracks the glass, and other times the glass can crack from other factors. This can be a very irritating issue. However, it can also be an extremely dangerous issue.

NEVER
 use your stove if the glass top is cracked or shattered. Even the smallest cracks are dangerous and the stove should never be used as cracks increase your risk of being electrocuted.



Stove burners spark all the time

If you’re cooking dinner on your stove and notice the burner start to spark, that can startle you! And you’re probably thinking, “why is it doing that?!” Don’t worry though, our team of professional repairmen are here to help. If your stove burner is sparking, this is dangerous and can be a fire hazard, so it should be fixed right away.

Causes:

  • Loose connectors: as time goes on and you use your burners frequently, the connection can become loose. When the connection starts to loosen, it can cause high resistance, which can cause the wires to overheat and burn or arc, causing sparks.
  • Frayed wires: overtime the insulation on the wires that are connected to the burner may begin to fray. If the wires start to fray, they can cause arcing and sparks. You will need to replace these wires.
  • Damaged coil: Overtime, as you frequently use your burners, the coils can become damaged. If the coils have any cracks, bubbles, or blisters, this can cause sparking and you will have to replace your burner.
  • Defective element: if there doesn’t appear to be any damage or problems with your burner but it is sparking, it may be defective and needs to be replaced.



Stove knob won’t turn

Nothing is more frustrating than when your oven knob won’t turn and you have food to cook! However, the good news is that this problem is generally easy to fix!

If your oven knob is not turning, the problem is likely with the peg shaft or the knob cap. To begin fixing the issue, you need to take the knob handle off. To get the knob off, gently pull it off with your hand or ease it off with a butter knife.

Now that the knob is off, you can take a look at the peg shaft. When you are inspecting and fixing issues, always make sure to be careful, as if done incorrectly you can cause additional problems to your oven.

To inspect the peg shaft, you will notice a peg protruding from the cooker front. Take a pair of pliers and gently try to turn the peg to change the temperature. If the peg turns and works successfully, the issue is with the knob, which can easily be replaced. If the peg still does not move when you try to turn it, the peg has probably gotten stuck. You can simply add some WD40 to the peg and allow it to soak in. Then, try turning the peg again, if it still does not move, you will need to call a professional to help you fix the issue.



Range surface element won’t turn off

If you’re done cooking and the stove burner won’t turn off, it can be concerning and dangerous. Not only is it dangerous to your safety, but it can also be a fire hazard. You are going to need to fix this issue as soon as possible.

Causes:

  • Broken knob: if the knob on the stove is broken, it won’t be able to turn the temperature off. You can try removing the knob handle and manually turn the temperature off with a pair of pliers by turning the peg.
  • Electronic or control pad error: Sometimes the electronics or control pad in your stove encounter an error and the stove will not receive the message that it needs to turn off. Try unplugging the oven from the wall and waiting 60 seconds before plugging it back in to see if this resets the oven.
  • Faulty surface element: if the surface element shorts out, the burner may not be able to turn off. As well, if the electrical contacts have fused together, this will send constant voltage to the burner, meaning it will not be able to turn off and will need to be replaced.
  • Faulty surface element switch: the surface element switch indicates to the stove when it needs to turn off. If the switch shorts out, the stove won’t get the message to turn off.

oven repairWolf Oven Repair:

The importance of an oven in your kitchen cannot be overstated. Ovens make your cooking experience enjoyable and easy. If you enjoy fine cuisine and dining, you need a Wolf oven. Sadly, when your oven breaks down, you might be tempted to start looking for replacements. Don’t be in a hurry yet. We can fix your broken down oven, just reach out to us at MAAR24 Appliance Repair and Installation. We handle the following Oven repair;

  • Broken wire
  • Incorrect oven temperature
  • Failure of oven to turn on
  • Inactive oven lights
  • Broken oven doors
  • Failure of oven to self-clean



Trouble maintaining temperature

The oven is a valuable and often taken-for-granted appliance. You turn the dial to the desired temperature, wait the standard 10 minutes for it to heat up and.. voila! You’re ready to create your culinary masterpiece. But what happens when that perfect temperature starts to drop? Worst-case scenario; you need a new stove. Best case scenario; the problem is a simple fix that you can do yourself.



Oven Failure to turn on

You’re trying to put dinner in the oven and it just won’t start? “Oh no!” you’re probably thinking. When your oven doesn’t turn on it can feel quite stressful and needs to be sorted as soon as possible.

It’s a good job there are some troubleshooting steps you can take to try and fix your oven. Looking after your oven can have a range of long-lasting benefits to make your life easier.



Oven door does not close properly

If your oven door does not close properly, the heat will escape from your oven. This can lead to cooking times that are all off and uneven baking. You could even burn yourself from the heat leaking from the door. This is definitely an issue that needs a swift repair.

This is where we can help. Regular maintenance on your oven can help stop issues from cropping up and extend the life of your oven.



Oven self cleaning problem

Running the self cleaning cycle on your oven has the possibility of causing issues to it. As well, there could be an issue with your oven that is preventing your self cleaning cycle from working. These issues can be extremely frustrating to deal with. But don’t worry, our team has all the experience needed to repair any oven issues!

Causes:

  • Door latch switch: If something is wrong with your door latch switch, the oven cleaning cycle will not begin. The door switch allows the oven door to lock, and the cycle will only run if the door is able to lock.
  • Door lock motor and switch assembly: as mentioned above, the door switch allows the oven door to lock, and the cleaning cycle will only run if the door is locked. The switch is what activates the door lock motor to keep the oven door locked during the self cleaning cycle. If the door lock motor and switch assembly is faulty, the door will remain locked after the cleaning cycle is over and you will not be able to open the door.
  • Temperature control thermostat: this thermostat is what regulates the temperature of the oven. If the temperature control thermostat is faulty, it may not work during the self cleaning process. It is possible for this thermostat to work correctly during backing cycles but not for the cleaning cycle.
  • Thermal fuse: the job of the thermal fuse is to shut the power off to the oven when it gets too hot, to avoid overheating. It is possible for the thermal fuse to blow while the self cleaning cycle is running. If this happens, you will have to replace it.



Oven interior light not working

If your oven interior light is not working, it can be a pain. You’re constantly having to open the oven to see how your meal is coming along, which affects the time taken to cook and the quality of your food. Have you ever baked a cake while opening the oven door to check on it? The result is a pancake!

Getting regular maintenance carried out on your oven and other kitchen appliances can help prevent issues like this from cropping up. There are a few easy fixes that you too can try to sort out this frustrating issue.



Oven not heating properly

The oven is a valuable and often taken-for-granted appliance. You turn the dial to the desired temperature, wait the standard 10 minutes for it to heat up and.. voila! You’re ready to create your culinary masterpiece. But what happens when that perfect temperature starts to drop? Worst-case scenario; you need a new stove. Best case scenario; the problem is a simple fix that you can do yourself.



Oven doesn’t bake evenly

It can be incredibly frustrating when you need to bake something, but your oven is not baking it evenly! Chances are, you don’t know why your oven is causing your food to bake unevenly. Don’t worry, there are a few common causes to explain this, and our technicians are always here to help!

One reason may be that your oven is not calibrated correctly. If the oven is not level, it will not cook food evenly. If your oven calibration is off, you are going to want an expert technician to help you fix this problem.

Another reason your oven may not be baking evenly is because the heat is not distributed evenly. This can be caused by a dirty oven fan or a door that is not closing properly. Make sure to clean the oven fan and check the door seals to ensure that they are in good condition.

The issue could also be as simple as moving around your oven racks. If your food is burnt on top but undercooked at the bottom, then it may be time for a little more labour. You may need to lower the racks in order for it all to cook equally, and even rotate them as they’re cooking so there’s no uneven spots.



Oven broiler problem

If you are a person who uses their oven broiler, you may be upset when you start facing problems with it. There is no reason to worry when the team at Express Repair can help you with any broiler problem you may be facing.

Causes:

  • Burnt out broil element: when the broil element is working properly, it glows a bright red when heated up, and will not glow if it is not working. You are able to check for holes or blisters on the element that can help indicate if it has burnt out. You can use a multimeter to check for continuity on the broil element. If it does not have continuity, it has burnt out and will need to be replaced.
  • Temperature control thermostat: this thermostat regulates the temperature of the broiler. If the thermostat is no longer working, it will not be able to heat up the broiler element. When the thermostat malfunctions, you will need to replace it as it is not repairable.
  • Oven control board: The control board sends voltage to the bake and broil circuits when you need to use them. If the control board is faulty, it may not be able to send the voltage to the broil circuit. Before you replace the control board, make sure you have tested all other possibilities and causes of the broiler problem.



Oven thermostat not working properly

The oven is a valuable and often taken-for-granted appliance. You turn the dial to the desired temperature, wait the standard 10 minutes for it to heat up and.. voila! You’re ready to create your culinary masterpiece. But what happens when that perfect temperature starts to drop? Worst-case scenario; you need a new stove. Best case scenario; the problem is a simple fix that you can do yourself.



Oven fan is not spinning

The oven fan not working correctly is a common, and sometimes noisy, problem that your oven can face. Our technicians are well experienced in solving all kinds of oven problems, so you can trust our team!

Causes:

  • Oven fan element is faulty: if you check your oven and feel it blowing cold air and the thermostat light is on, then the problem is likely with the fan element. If the fan element is damaged, it will not work correctly. You will need to get a technician to check this problem out for you.
  • Oven fan motor malfunction: if you notice that the oven fan sounds noisy or moves slow, the problem could be with the fan motor. For safety reasons, when it comes to inspecting the oven fan, you should always trust a reliable technician to inspect it instead of trying it yourself. To check if the motor is faulty, the technician will ensure the oven is off and unplugged. They will try to turn the fan blades by hand, and if they feel stiff then the problem is likely with the motor. They can also check to see if the fan blades need to be cleaned, as sometimes they get covered in gunk, and cleaning may solve the problem.
  • Wrong oven setting: if the fan and the heating are both not working on your oven, check to see which mode the oven has been set to. If it has been set to “auto” mode, this could be the problem. Simply change your oven back to the “manual” setting.



Oven hinges problem

If your oven door does not close properly, the heat will escape from your oven. This can lead to cooking times that are all off and uneven baking. You could even burn yourself from the heat leaking from the door. This is definitely an issue that needs a swift repair.

This is where we can help. Regular maintenance on your oven can help stop issues from cropping up and extend the life of your oven.



Oven temperature sensor failure

Sometimes our ovens start having issues and we’re not sure why. This can be incredibly frustrating, especially since ovens are such an important part of the kitchen and your everyday use!

If you’re having problems with your oven, one of the possibilities is the oven temperature sensor. Here are some common problems that are caused by an oven temperature sensor issue:

  • Longer cooking times than usual: if you are having to prolong your usual cooking time by 10 or 20 minutes, this can mean the temperature sensor isn’t gauging the proper temperature.
  • Undercooked food: if you take out your food when it should be perfectly cooked, but it is actually undercooked, the sensor may only be heating the oven to a fraction of the set temperature.
  • Unevenly cooked food: if you pull your food out of the oven and half of it is cooked or overcooked while the other half is still raw, chances are the temperature sensor needs to be replaced.
  • Oven overheating: The oven overheating is the most serious issue caused by a faulty temperature sensor. If you set the oven temperature to 350 degrees but it rapidly heats up to 450 degrees, this is a serious issue and you will want to get it fixed as soon as possible.



Oven knob won’t turn

Nothing is more frustrating than when your oven knob won’t turn and you have food to cook! However, the good news is that this problem is generally easy to fix!

If your oven knob is not turning, the problem is likely with the peg shaft or the knob cap. To begin fixing the issue, you need to take the knob handle off. To get the knob off, gently pull it off with your hand or ease it off with a butter knife.

Now that the knob is off, you can take a look at the peg shaft. When you are inspecting and fixing issues, always make sure to be careful, as if done incorrectly you can cause additional problems to your oven.

To inspect the peg shaft, you will notice a peg protruding from the cooker front. Take a pair of pliers and gently try to turn the peg to change the temperature. If the peg turns and works successfully, the issue is with the knob, which can easily be replaced. If the peg still does not move when you try to turn it, the peg has probably gotten stuck. You can simply add some WD40 to the peg and allow it to soak in. Then, try turning the peg again, if it still does not move, you will need to call a professional to help you fix the issue.



Oven won’t turn off

If you’re done cooking and your oven won’t turn off, this can seem like a big problem. When your oven doesn’t turn on it can feel quite stressful and needs to be sorted as soon as possible.

Causes:

  • Oven control board: the oven control board uses relays to send voltage to the bake and broil circuits. If one of these relay shorts is closed, continuous voltage may be delivered to the heating circuit. If the oven is turned off and still heats, it is likely a broken control board that needs to be replaced.
  • Bake and broil element: if one of the heating elements burns out, it can cause a short in the oven. If the heating element has shorted out, the oven will not turn off. You can check to see if there is any damage such as holes or blisters on the element that may indicate a short. If there is, you will need to replace the element. Similarly, the broil element can short out causing the same problem.



Oven fan keeps running

If the fan in your oven is still running after you have turned off your oven, there may be a problem. Our technicians have plenty of experience working on all sorts of oven problems and are available to help.

Causes:

  • Faulty temperature sensor: if the temperature sensor is faulty, it may think your oven is still hot, even if it is not. This means the fan will continue to run, even if the oven is cool.
  • Faulty control thermostat: the control thermostat regulates the temperature of the oven and starts the fan if the oven gets too hot. If the thermostat is faulty, it may turn the fan on even when it is not hot.
  • Faulty cooling fan thermostat: The cooling fan thermostat starts the fan when the oven gets hot. If the fan continues to operate after the oven has cooled down, the issue may be with this thermostat.

Common Oven Parts That We Can Replace

  • Baffle
  • Coil Surface Element
  • Control Knob
  • Convection Oven
  • Door Switch
  • Fan Blade
  • Gasket
  • Grease Filter
  • Oven Burner
  • Oven Igniter
  • Oven Thermocouple
  • Oven Bake Element
  • Oven Broil Element
  • Oven Convection Fan
  • Oven Igniter
  • Oven Light Bulb
  • Oven Rack
  • Oven Vent Tube
  • Sealed Surface Burner
  • Spark Electrode
  • Spark Module
  • Terminal Block
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