Oven Repair

Ovens are one of the most complex appliances we deal with, and definitely one of the most common calls we get, usually down to either the heating elements or assembly for igniting. When this appliance breaks down you can’t cook your dinners, bake your cakes or in most cases even use it at all. We realize that you need your appliance back up and running ASAP.

Don’t worry. By calling Ryan’s Appliance Repair, the number one choice for repair services in Farmers Branch, Texas, you’ll be able to get your appliance repaired quickly, all at a cost-effective price. Their engineers are trained and certified to make repairs on all major brands.

When they come out to make repairs, they will make an initial assessment and ensure that you’re kept in the loop, with all the details. After which they will provide you with the best options going forward and a solid quote, meaning you won’t have any hidden or unwanted charges.

Regardless of the issue, you’re experiencing with your oven, if the door won’t shut or it won’t power up, we’ll have it back up and running. Call us today.

Why did it break down?

There could be a hundred different reasons for a malfunction on your oven. The best thing to do is to troubleshoot the issue so that the best course of action can be selected. If your oven is a gas oven, it could be the line that is damaged or it could have an issue with the igniter. If the issue you’re having is with heating the oven, it could be the elements for heating. If this is the case, you should ask a professional to take a look.

It’s a common misconception that DIY repairs are cheaper than hiring a professional service, even if they are low-quality repairs with low-quality parts. DIY definitely is not more cost-effective, especially if you don’t know what you’re doing or don’t have the required training or skills. In the long run, hiring a professional repair service like Ryan’s will save you money, time and the frustration that comes with appliance repairs.

Common problems, troubleshooting, and repair

Doesn’t heat properly

Usually, if your oven doesn’t heat correctly it could be the elements for heating or the igniter that is failing. If both the range and the oven are both simultaneously failing to light, the chances are your gas line could have an issue, which you should always call a professional to check out. In the event of smelling gas, get out of the building and call the provider ASAP.

If the issue is with the elements or the igniter, Ryan’s Appliance Repair will help.

The door is malfunctioning

There are a few issues that can cause the door to not working as it should. If the sensor within the door is not working, it can cause issues, along with the gaskets and door springs, both of which could be damaged over time. Replacing these parts is no feat for a pro.

Doesn’t self-clean

Self-cleaning ovens are great until they have issues. If you have a self-cleaning oven with a cycle that is now working as it should, it could be anything from the door lock, switch, thermostat or control panel, all of which can be replaced.

When should I look for a replacement?

Ovens are among the major appliances that have a long life expectancy. If they are cared for and maintained often as recommended, an oven can actually last up to 15 years. If your oven has been in operation for any longer than 15 years, it may be a good idea to look into a replacement. We are available to help with this and provide top-notch installation.

Regardless of your query, fault or request, we’ll be able to help out. Give us a call today and we’ll see what we can do for you.