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We repair all the brands and models of ovens in Houston. Whether your oven takes too long to heat up, the door doesn't close properly or you have any problematic issues with it, just call our toll free number and let us take care of the rest. We are available anytime for your Houston oven repair at:

You can always call our toll free line to schedule your Houston oven repair appointment at:

877-244-4580

Please Note: We Do Not Sell Parts

We don’t work on commercial and small appliances such as vacuum cleaners, sewing machines etc. We work only on major appliances such as washers, dryers, refrigerators, ovens, stoves, dishwashers etc. and we are not affiliate with any insurance and home warranty companies.

Or contact us via email. Please include your name, phone number and a brief description of the problem you are having with your oven. We will contact you immediately when we receive the email, in order to schedule your appointment for your Houston oven repair.

We service and repair all oven brands and models:

Tappan ovens
Whirlpool ovens
Jenn Air ovens
Dacor ovens

Kitchen Aid ovens
Magic Chef ovens
Frigidaire ovens
Maytag ovens

Kenmore ovens
GE ovens
Sunray ovens
and more view all brands

Our oven repair coverage area includes entire Houston and the surrounding cities:

Acres Homes  
Clear Lake City  
Braeswood Place  
Kingwood  
River Oaks  
Sharpstown  
South Park  

North Shore 

Alief 

Houston Heights  
Independence Heights
Addicks  
Aldine
Oak Forest  
Memorial  
Meyerland 
Spring Branch  
 

Braeburn   

Houston
Willowbrook
Genoa  
Maplewood  
Harrisburg  

Sunnyside 
Inwood Forest 

view all of the zip codes in our service repair area

The information below is posted by us for you to become more familiar with your oven. Also, this information will also help to you to use your oven more efficiently and effectively, which will save you money on your utility bills and unexpected oven repairs. However, we do not recommend that you to get involved with any oven repairs that you are not familiar with, especially because most air conditioning systems require experience, professional training and knowledge with gas and electricity. For professional help call us anytime at:

877-244-4580

Oven Temperature

The thermostat which controls oven temperature is usually located with the other switches, but close examination will reveal a sensing tube leaving the oven thermostat switch and entering the oven compartment, where clips support it to the side. It is important that this not touch the side of the tank otherwise erratic temperatures will result. Be sure oven power is off before removing access panels. The tube is filled with a liquid or gas that expands when it is healed and contracts when it is cold. A mechanism much like the one used on a refrigerator causes a snap-action movement of the contacts, preventing arcing and burning of the contact section. Of course, this linkage is arranged in reverse of that in a refrigerator. When the oven temperature drops, it turns the element on when temperature rises, it turns it off. If baking results aren't up to par, check the utensils being used before proceeding. Modern ovens depend upon the reflected heat front pans and sheets to obtain the desired result, and a variation here call make a tremendous difference in the way that baked goods turn out, Review the oven owners manual to see that the proper material and color of material is being used. As an example, a shiny aluminum sheet won't substitute when a dark tin sheet is called for; the shiny one won't retain much heat, and the bottom of a pie might not be done while the top may be burned. The reverse is also true if a shiny utensil is called for. As a rule, these guidelines will apply for biscuits, cookies, of cakes an aluminum pan usually gives the most even browning. For pies, darkened tin, anodized aluminum, or stainless steel give good results. If you use ovenproof glass, reduce the oven temperature 25 degrees, since glass crakes faster than shiny metal pans. The secret to oven temperature is in the technique you in obtaining your readings. Begin with an oven thermometer of known accuracy. This may be one purchased at it appliance store but be sure dial it is accurate by comparing it against the settings of at least two other ranges or by placing it in boiling water and checking to see that it registers approximately 212 degrees. To check the temperature of your oven, place the thermometer  near the center of the oven as possible, and turn the oven control 141-375 degrees. Wait at least twenty minutes before taking a reading. The temperature often "overshoots" at first, then settles down at more stable level. If much variation is noted as the thermostat cycles, take an average of the high and low readings. Most manuals don't recommend calibration if the temperature is within 25 degrees of that indicated on the knob. To adjust the thermostat, look for a screw on the thermostat body marked "increase" or "decrease" with an arrow. This might be located under the knob (which on most ranges simply pulls forward, but in some cases it is necessary to remove the two front retaining screws. Be sure that power is turned off before attempting calibration. On several oven thermostat arrangements, temperature knob adjustments are possible simply by moving a retainer on the back side of the knob. On yet another variation, the calibration screw is located in the middle of the thermostat adjusting shaft, the one where the knob attaches. To reach it, simply remove the knob and look closely within the center of the shaft. This one will usually be unmarked, but move it one-quartet, turn in either direction and check to see if you have raised or lowered the oven temperature. If you went the wrong way, it's easy to return to the starting position and begin anew. If the adjustment wanders again shortly after calibration, or if the thermostat fails to respond to calibration procedures, the only recourse is to replace it.

For professional oven repair help in Houston call us anytime at:

877-244-4580

 

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