Oven Not Heating Up

Oven Repair San Diego

It’s a big inconvenience when your oven not heating up. Whether you have a gas or electric oven, there are few troubleshooting tips you can try before calling for service. You can visually check the heating elements for burned spots and other visible damages. On some ovens there is an option between manual or auto heat. If you do not want to use built-in timer you should always use manual option. If the gas oven won't heat, most likely oven igniter failed.

Don't wait until it's too late to get your oven serviced. Call us or schedule service visit online.

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Heating Elements

Check the bake, broil and convection element for burned spots and broken parts of the element. If elements appear normal, in one piece without visible burns then, most likely they are good. We can troubleshoot the element by checking for continuity. Broken element has no continuity.

Oven Igniter

Having trouble heating up your gas oven? If the oven igniter glows, but the oven doesn’t get hot, it will need to be replaced. If the igniter is not glowing, visually check it for cracks and brakes. If it looks ok, it requires further troubleshooting.

Oven Thermostat - Electronic Oven Control

It’s possible that the oven thermostat may be faulty, or the EOC (Electronic Oven Control) not working. In any case, they need to be replaced by trained professionals.

If you haven’t had success using the steps above, it may be time to schedule your oven service.

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