You cannot cook with a broken oven or stove. You need to schedule oven repair ASAP or there isn’t going to be time to prepare a tasty dinner. We don’t want your home to be hungry! That’s why we are so happy to provide same-day stove and oven repair for customers in Illinois.
CPR Appliance Repair will repair all common oven, range and stove issues on major brands and models of appliance. Our team has the tools and training to finish the repair within their original scheduled visit. Plus, we load up service vans with manufacturer replacement parts for popular brands and offer customers a 1-year warranty on labor. It’s our goal to repair your broken oven well before dinner!
STOVE & OVEN ISSUES
WON’T TURN ON
When an electric stove does not start, first ensure the stove is plugged in and that all circuit breakers are on. You need to check the pilot light for gas appliances. If the stove is plugged in or if the pilot light is lit, it means some other part of the oven will have to be replaced. The reason for the problem could be an infinite switch, surface element, oven burner igniter or broil and bake element.
BURNER DOESN’T HEAT
A burner or stove that does not heat does not do much. An oven won’t heat when there’s a broken oven sensor or a malfunctioning bake element. A burner does not ignite if an element breaks or the burner switch or the terminal block don’t work. We can repair these issues in no more than 1-2 hours after an appointment begins.
It’s safe to assume the control board on a stove is broken if the program or timer functions don’t work. If that is the case, we are able to repair control panels for Sears, GE, LG, Kenmore, KitchenAid and most other brands of ovens, ranges and stoves. We offer a warranty on control panels and the replacement parts we need for this type of oven repair service.
OVEN IS VERY HOT
You always should have a hot oven. Just not too hot! When the oven heat is out of control, it could be because of a broken thermostat or sensor. Our appliance technicians know how to diagnose the cause of the problem and then repair it. Always be careful when troubleshooting this issue for fear of skin burns from the high and totally unpredictable heat.
IGNITER WON’T LIGHT
A common stove problem is when an igniter glows but it will not light. The reason this occurs is sometimes from either a broken surface igniter, safety valve, electronic control or sensor. We are able to determine if we can fix these parts or if we need to replace the parts.
DOOR WON’T OPEN
New self-cleaning ovens are known to experience door issues often. The door will not open after the cleaning cycle. We inspect the door latch, thermostat and seal to troubleshoot why the door does not open up and then we complete the necessary repair so we can resolve the issue.