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Phoenix Oven Repair

Oven Repair Experts Serving the Phoenix Metro Area

No kitchen is complete without a fully operational oven. If you’ve ever found yourself dealing with the frustrations of a broken oven, you know how much of a headache it can be. Many foods require an oven for preparation, and to feed your family, you need yours to function reliably. 

If you are experiencing any issues with your oven, Affordable Appliance Repair is prepared to handle the needed repair needs with top-notch service. Our licensed and insured technicians can diagnose the source of the problem and deliver the convenient solution you need to get your kitchen back up and running. We provide same-day appliance repairs for urgent issues, offer free service calls with repairs, and guarantee a 3-hour service window for all oven repair jobs. You can also enjoy peace of mind with our 90-day warranty on repair jobs and one-year labor warranty.

Looking for affordable Phoenix oven repair that won’t break the bank? Contact us online or call (480) 914-3381.

We Service Leading Oven Brands

Whether your oven requires a new heating element, thermostat, control panel, or burner, our team of experts has you covered. We have state-of-the-art equipment and appliance parts to perform any necessary repairs on the spot. Plus, our technicians are skilled at repairing both gas and electric stoves.

Our Phoenix oven repair professionals are ready to service a wide range of top brands, including:

  • Admiral®
  • Amana®
  • ASKO®
  • Bosch®
  • Caloric®
  • Electrolux®
  • Frigidaire®
  • Gaggenau®
  • Gibson®
  • Hotpoint®
  • Jenn-Air®
  • Kenmore®
  • KitchenAid®
  • LG®
  • Magic Chef®
  • Whirlpool®
  • Wolf®

Common Oven Problems

No project is too big or small for our team to handle. You can trust the highly trained technicians at Affordable Appliance Repair to get your oven back up and running with genuine manufacturer’s parts. With just a few questions over the phone, we’re often able to pinpoint the issue you’re experiencing and provide a free estimate for our services.

Don’t wait to give us a call if you’re dealing with any of the following oven issues:

  • Igniter won’t light. An oven igniter might not light for one of several reasons. One common issue is a faulty igniter itself. Over time, the igniter can wear out or become clogged with food debris, preventing the necessary electrical current from flowing to create a spark. Inadequate gas supply is another frequent culprit. If the gas valve is blocked or malfunctioning, it won't deliver the gas required to ignite the oven. Additionally, electrical problems such as a tripped circuit breaker or damaged wiring could disrupt the igniter's ability to function. Other components, such as the safety valve or electronic control board, may also contribute to the issue if they are defective.
  • Burner won’t heat up. In some cases, the burner itself may be at fault. With frequent use, the burner can become clogged or damaged. For gas ovens, blockages in the gas lines or burner ports can prevent gas from reaching the burner, while electric ovens may suffer from a burnt-out or damaged heating element.
  • Oven too hot. An oven that becomes excessively hot can be extremely hazardous and typically signals an underlying issue that requires immediate attention. One of the primary reasons for an oven overheating is a malfunctioning thermostat. The thermostat regulates the oven's internal temperature, and if it becomes defective, it can fail to signal the heating elements to turn off, causing the oven to continue heating beyond the desired temperature. Another potential cause is the temperature sensor, which works in tandem with the thermostat. A faulty temperature sensor can send incorrect readings to the control board, leading to inaccurate temperature regulation. Issues with the oven's control board itself can also result in overheating. Similarly, a stuck or shorted heating element can continuously draw power, leading to an uncontrolled increase in temperature. Diagnosing and repairing overheating issues promptly is crucial to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the oven. Get in touch with our Phoenix oven repair experts right away if you notice your oven is overheating. 
  • Self-cleaning function won’t activate. The self-cleaning function of an oven is a convenient feature designed to burn off food residues at high temperatures, effectively cleaning the interior without manual scrubbing. However, several issues can prevent this function from activating. A common reason is a malfunctioning door lock. During the self-cleaning cycle, the oven door must lock to ensure safety, and if the door lock mechanism is defective or fails to engage properly, the cycle will not initiate. Another potential issue is a faulty thermal fuse. The thermal fuse is a safety device that cuts off power if the oven overheats. If it has blown or is defective, it can prevent the self-cleaning function from starting. Electrical problems, such as issues with the control board or wiring, can also impede the self-cleaning function. The control board orchestrates the various functions of the oven, and any malfunction within it can disrupt the self-cleaning cycle. Similarly, damaged or disconnected wiring can prevent the necessary signals from reaching the components needed to initiate the cycle. A malfunctioning temperature sensor can also be to blame. If the sensor inaccurately reads the oven's temperature, it may not allow the self-cleaning cycle to start or maintain the required high temperatures.
  • Broil function won’t work. The broil function in an oven is designed to cook food using high, direct heat from the top heating element, making it ideal for grilling, toasting, or browning dishes, but there are several reasons why it may stop working. One of the primary causes is a malfunctioning broil element itself. Over time, the heating element can burn out or become damaged, preventing it from generating the required heat. Another potential issue is with the oven's thermostat or temperature sensor. If these components are faulty, they might not correctly signal the control board to activate the broil element, leading to insufficient or no heating. Similarly, the control board, which manages all the oven's functions, could be defective. If the board fails to send the appropriate signals to the broil element, the broiling process won't start.
  • Heat is escaping from the door. Heat escaping from the oven can lead to inefficient cooking and increased energy consumption. It can also pose a serious safety risk. The escaped heat can cause the oven's surface and surrounding areas to become excessively hot, increasing the risk of burns or fire hazards. One of the primary reasons for heat loss is a damaged or worn-out door gasket. The gasket is a rubber seal that lines the edge of the oven door, ensuring a tight seal when the door is closed. Over time, this gasket can deteriorate due to constant exposure to high temperatures, cleaning chemicals, and general wear and tear. When the gasket is compromised, it fails to maintain the necessary seal, allowing heat to escape from the oven. Another potential cause is a misaligned or loose oven door. If the door hinges are not properly adjusted or have become loose, the door may not close completely, leaving gaps through which heat can escape. Similarly, a warped or damaged oven door can also prevent a proper seal. Factors like accidental impacts, extreme temperatures, and manufacturing defects can cause the door to warp, reducing its effectiveness in locking in heat.
  • Oven door won’t open. Many modern ovens have a locking feature engaged during self-cleaning cycles to prevent accidental burns, and if this mechanism becomes stuck or fails to disengage, it can leave the door locked even after the cycle has finished. Electrical issues, such as a faulty control board or wiring problems, can also prevent the door lock from releasing. Another potential cause is a misaligned or damaged door latch. If the latch is not correctly aligned or if it becomes bent or broken, it can jam the door shut, requiring force to open or failing to open entirely. Overheating can also warp the door components or the oven cavity, making the door difficult to open or close. Additionally, a buildup of grease, food debris, or other residues around the door hinges and locking mechanism can cause the door to stick. Regular cleaning and maintenance are essential to prevent these obstructions.
  • Timer or programming features are malfunctioning. One common cause of these types of problems is a faulty control board. The control board is the brain of the oven, managing and coordinating various functions, including the timer and programming settings. If it becomes defective due to electrical surges, wear and tear, or manufacturing faults, it can lead to inaccurate timer settings or a complete malfunction of the programming features. Electrical issues like power surges, tripped circuit breakers, or faulty wiring can also interfere with the timer or programming functions. These issues can disrupt the flow of electricity to the control panel, causing the timer to reset unexpectedly or the programming to not initiate or complete as intended. Furthermore, a malfunctioning keypad or touchpad can result in incorrect input or no response when setting the timer or programming. Over time, the buttons may wear out, or the touchpad can become unresponsive, necessitating repairs or replacements.

Our Phoenix oven repair technicians can also fix your other kitchen appliances, including your stove, microwave, refrigerator, freezer, ice maker, and dishwasher! Call (480) 914-3381 or contact us online today.

Hear From Our Happy Customers

At Affordable Appliance Repair, your satisfaction is our priority! See for yourself what our customers have to say about working with us.

  • "Affordable Appliance Repair has been a great company to work with."

    Jason was fantastic and was honest and informative. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for repairs.

    - Casey F.
  • "Probably the best service I’ve ever had."

    The rep was able to diagnose the problem immediately and fix it. Maybe took 45 mins and I forgot he was even there. Will use again for any future issues.

    - Weston B.
  • "Called Wednesday afternoon and they had a tech out the next morning. Spencer was great!"

    He quickly diagnosed the problem and fixed it very quickly. Fast, friendly and professional service. Will definitely recommend to friends and call them for any future repairs.

    - Cynthia C.
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