Are you tired of dealing with an oven that bakes unevenly, doesn’t heat to the right temperature, or that won’t turn on at all? We don’t blame you! Dealing with a broken oven can turn anyone’s day upside-down. That’s why when you need fast, quality oven repair in Scottsdale, you should call Tiger Mechanical right away.
Our oven repair Scottsdale team has over 25 years of repair experience with all the major appliance brands including Viking, Air King, Alfresco, Avanti, Bertazzoni, Bosch, Blomberg, DCS, Gaggenau, ILVE, La Canuche, La Cornue, Thermador, Kenmore, Maytag, Whirlpool, and more.
Don’t waste your time and hard-earned money on an inexperienced handyman who isn’t trained and certified to work on your machine. Go with the undisputed Scottsdale oven repair experts at Tiger Mechanical! From your very first call through the repair process and beyond, we’re here to provide the best oven repair Scottsdale has to offer. We guarantee you’ll be more than satisfied with your service experience.
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Oven won’t light
If you have a gas oven that won’t light, the problem may be a bad igniter. This produces a repetitive clicking sound without the “whoosh” to indicate that the gas has been ignited. This should be professionally replaced.
Oven won’t turn off
In some cases, the oven gets stuck in the “on” position. This can be the result of a broken thermostat or gas valve. You will need to shut off the gas at the wall to turn off the oven. Once the gas has been stopped, call a professional to diagnose the problem and replace the broken part.
Oven won’t heat
When an electric oven won’t heat, it is usually caused by a broken heating element. First, make sure that the unit has power by checking the digital clock or oven light. Second, visually inspect both the upper and lower elements. If you don’t see any damage, try turning the oven on high and inspect the elements while on. Often the bright glow of heating helps to identify the damage. Damaged elements should be replaced. Be certain that the element has cooled before touching.
Oven heats unevenly
Uneven heating may mean that either the top or bottom heating element is broken and will need to be replaced. In rare cases, half of the heating element may be broken, causing uneven heating in one quadrant of the oven. If you turn the oven on, the damaged area should be evident when the elements begin to glow.
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