Ovens get dirty over time. Cleaning your oven by hand will require you to get on your knees and scrub like crazy! You can saturate the inside of your oven with cleaning chemicals and hope that your oven is clean, but that doesn’t always work. Continue reading
The last thing we want to deal with is spending hours preparing a meal or throwing a frozen pizza in the oven just for it to get burnt. Having an oven that constantly overheats or burns your food can be extremely frustrating. In order to figure out and fix your overheating oven, we have listed the heating process of a oven and most common causes of an overheating oven.
Some range and oven parts are replaced more than others. Here are the top three most-repaired parts on a range or oven according to sales from our website.
Plug-In Surface Unit– Also called the heating element receptacle , surface unit receptacle or terminal block. This is the part that the electrical heating element slides into which provides power to the heating element. It has wires and connections under the cooktop. Sometimes burnt areas are visible on this part due to overheating.
If your burner is not heating or your Continue reading
Some of the best memories arise around the stove in your kitchen. When it comes to choosing the right range for your home, it is important to know how the unit functions to get the best possible use. Although gas ranges can save you money in the long run, you might find that electric ranges are more efficient. In our next blog, we will provide you with the information you need to choose the right range for your home. First, let’s check out some of the major components of a gas and electric range and how they work:
If you are in need of a replacement for GE oven igniter part number WB13T10045, we have them available for purchase on our website here: http://www.pcappliancerepair.com/inquiry.php?id=WB13T10045
When it’s time to replace your old oven igniter, it’s important that you disconnect your range from its power source and turn off your gas shut off valve before you get started. Once you are ready to begin your repair, follow our easy how to guide below for best results:
- Remove the access panel on the back of your range, there should be four screws holding it up, unscrew them with a small screw driver.
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An electric range burner that no longer heats, might not mean there’s a problem with the surface heating element, the problem could also be with another part on the stove.
Try removing the heating element and switching it out with another element of the same size. Does the heating element work in its new location? Then this could indicate that the Continue reading
Fixing some electric stove problems doesn’t necessarily require a lot of skill or time, just the right know-how and parts. Here are some repairs you can do yourself.
- Before starting any repairs, be sure to unplug your appliance.
- It’s also a good idea to use a multimeter to test any part to make sure it is in fact bad and the cause of your problem.
- To find a part for your electric stove, find the model number on your stove and enter it into the part search box.
Burners not heating. Adjust or replace the surface burners.
We’re busy working on improving our appliance repair section and producing how-to, step-by-step repair videos in order to help you fix your appliance yourself.
We recently started up an appliance repair YouTube.com channel where we provide how-to part replacement videos. Currently, we are demonstrating on a Whirlpool dryer (model number WED4800XQ0) but we will also be adding additional appliances, brands and model types as well. We will also be adding our videos to our appliance repair section as well. Check out some of our videos:
Our appliance repair section features repair help for refrigerators, washers, clothes dryers, dishwashers, ovens and stoves. We list common problems associated with these appliances and provide a list of possible causes and repair solutions.
Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube.com channel and visit our appliance repair section whenever you need appliance repair help or advice.
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