Master Oven Repair Specialists
The average life span of an oven or for that matter, oven repair, is most likely not something that’s recently crossed your mind. When we get called into a home for an oven repair job, it’s not something the homeowners have typically thought about either.
While it may not be the first thing you think of in the morning, it’s important to understand the life expectancy of your oven and how to get the most out of them during your usage.
We offer Professional service, Fast or Immediate response times, Oven troubleshooting and diagnosis, Complete oven repair, Genuine oven parts replacement, gas or electric ovens, All sizes and Residential and Commercial service.
While consumers often replace ovens before they become worn out due to changes in style, technology or preference, the average oven can last between 10 and 18 years. We want to let you in on a little secret: you can control how long your oven lasts.
By following these 3 simple tips, you can make your oven last longer and perform better and keep the oven repair specialists at bay.
1- Check the Oven Door Seal
If the oven door is not properly sealed, a number of problems, from an unevenly heated oven to burn damage around the oven, can occur. The seal on the oven is designed to retain high temperatures but after years of use, the rubber can become damaged.
Next time you’re using the oven, simply feel around the door to see if any hot air is leaking.
If you do have a leak on your oven door seal, seek the help of a repair company. Many individuals go for the “quick-fix”, which ultimately leads to more significant problems. A number of adhesive products claiming to fix oven door seals exist; however, these typically last for only a few months.
Additionally, adhesives contain cyanoacrylate, which when exposed to high temperatures, may become flammable.
An important part of making your oven last is proper care. By simply checking your oven door for leaks, you will be able to identify and address any problems early, which will ultimately help you from facing a major disaster with your oven.
2- Put Away the Foil
When it comes to your oven, put away the foil. In the past, it has been suggested to line the bottom of the oven to catch drips. This is no longer recommended. Lining the bottom of the oven can cause permanent damage to the interior finish and void the warranty.
Although reading the owner’s manual can seem boring and unnecessary, if the manufacturer advises against foil and you have an issue, the warranty will not apply.
Lining the oven with foil can also trap heat in the oven, which makes it a fire hazard and can result in damage or shock. Additionally, covering the oven racks with foil blocks the airflow, which does not allow food to cook properly or evenly.
If you want your oven to last, put the foil away and get out the cleaning supplies.
3- Electric Oven Woes
For Electric Wall Ovens, here are a few general issues that might be encountered in it’s lifetime:
SYMPTOM: Broiler won’t heat: prepare or sear component
CAUSE: control board
SYMPTOM: Broiler doesn’t prepare equally
CAUSE: heat component, control board, indoor regulator
SYMPTOM: Broiler temperature issue: prepare or sear component
CAUSE: control board, indoor regulator
SYMPTOM: Broiler won’t turn on: prepare or sear component
CAUSE: control board, hand-off board, indoor regulator
Project: master oven Repair or Service
Good. Diagnosed problem after exploring alternatives that could have been easier and cheaper. There was a delayed return visit due to needing a part, but the install and test went well. Appliance functions well now.
Review by a homeowner in Tucson, AZ
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call us at (520) 888-7039 to avoid further damage contact the oven repair team.