An oven that looks stylish and works efficiently is the true defining feature of a modern kitchen. For those of us who prefer home cooked meals, the oven is one of the appliances we use most in our kitchens. Indeed, we use this appliance almost daily, many times more than once. And for those that own a catering business, the oven is at the center of operations, running almost constantly to help prepare hundreds of meals to keep your customers satisfied. Given how much work the oven does to keep you satisfied, do ever take the time to return the favor? One way to do that is by taking good care of your oven by addressing any malfunctions that attack it as quickly as possible. So what are some of these malfunctions?
Common Oven Malfunctions
No matter the design of your oven or what brand it is, you’ll still need to be on the lookout for some of the following top defects that are likely to occur in the course of the oven’s lifetime:
- The oven will not turn on
- The appliance will not turn off
- The oven produces very little or no heat
- The oven is producing excessive heat
- The fan of the oven does turn off
- The oven doesn’t bake evenly
- The broiler is not working properly
- The light of the oven is broken
- The range burners are producing sparks
- The oven makes noise when on
- The self-cleaning function isn’t working
- The door of the oven isn’t functioning properly
As soon as you notice any of these problems, it’s prudent to respond appropriately. An oven that won’t come on or bake properly has ceased to be useful to you, and until you get it restored your kitchen routine remains disrupted. Think of the implications of that. If you love to eat at home, you are forced to rely on restaurants and other food joints to feed your family. If you own a catering business, you are unable to prepare most of the foods in your menu, and business is affected. But perhaps more alarming is the fact that a defective oven can be a huge fire hazard, especially when the oven has electrical wiring problems or leaks gas. These are just some of the reasons it’s so important to respond to oven defects quickly and appropriately.
Here’s What You Should Do
Contact an experienced oven repair expert right away. Of course, you could still head out to the market and buy a new oven to replace the malfunctioning one, but this approach is expensive and unnecessary most of the time. A competent technician can easily troubleshoot your broken oven and restore it to perfect working order. You can reach out to us at Moorpark Appliance Repair to help you out.
Why Choose Us?
Moorpark Appliance Repair is the leading appliance repair service in the region. We consistently provide lasting solutions to a wide array of repair issues in commercial and household appliances. We have a team of some of the most highly experienced technicians in the industry. All our experts are EPA certified. We understand how stressful things can be when one of your kitchen appliances isn’t working, so we’ll do whatever it takes to get your oven fixed the same day you call us. We take our same-day service very seriously. But that’s not all; we also have the best rates in town. Once we thoroughly assess your oven, we’ll give you an upfront, all-inclusive quote for the repair expenses. You can be sure that there won’t be any additional costs to this figure. We also have a huge assortment of top quality replacement parts that come with a warranty. We want to make sure that your appliance gets the best there is. Once we’ve started working on your oven, you can expect it to be working perfectly in just a short while.
We Repair All Brands
Each day, our experts help restore appliances from a wide variety of top brands including Kitchen Aid, Marvel, True, Wolf, Whirlpool, Maytag, Ice-O-Matic, Bosch, Amana, Thermador, Viking, Kenmore, Samsung, LG, Westinghouse, American Range, Electrolux, Scotsman, DCS, GE, Admiral and many others.
Our services are available 24/7.
If you would like to contact us for appliance repair or maintenance, you can call us toll free on: +1 (805) 364-5107