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If you are having an issue with your oven-such as it takes too long to heat up or door doesn't close properly-or if you have any other issues with your oven, you need professional help from a repair technician. Please call our Las Vegas Oven Repair toll free number and we will set up an appointment to get your oven back to optimum shape.
Simply call us at our Las Vegas Appliance and Air Conditioning Repair toll free number to schedule your same-day oven repair:
For parts only: 800-370-9281
Please note that all purchased oven parts are shipped directly to you
Or contact us by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org Please include your name, contact information and a brief explanation of the oven problem that needs to be repaired. Once we receive the email, we will contact you immediately to schedule your appointment with Las Vegas Oven Repair.
We service and repair all oven brands and models:
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Our oven repairs service area includes all of Las Vegas and the surrounding areas. Please view the list of areas that we service below. If you do not see your area listed, please contact us to find out if we are able to provide you with oven repair services:
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Please read the following educational information in order to learn how to extend the life of your oven, as well as how to save energy-and money on your utility bills-by using your oven in the most efficient way. Please remember that this information is offered for educational purposes only and it is not suggested that you do oven repairs yourself. Since oven repairs require experience and professional training, it can be extremely dangerous if you do not have this experience or training. In addition, repairs to gas and electric systems are especially dangerous if you don't have the knowledge or experience needed. For experienced, professional help from a trained oven repair technician call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:
Oven how it Works
Controls for each oven surface element determine the amount of power/neat.
The clock Airier controls timed baking, oven temperature, and self-cleaning, the thermostat controls the over bake temperature. A fan circulates oven air for more baking in "convection ovens." The door switch turns on the oven light when the door is opened. The plug-in broil element heats food by radiation. The bake element heats the oven air pre-loaded springs prevent the door from falling open and allow it to be left ajar for cooling.
Before Calling for Oven Repair Help
If nothing not even the clock works, check the large circuit breakers at the service panel.
Electric ranges and ovens are easy to work on, but you can put yourself in danger if you do not abide by the following important safety precaution: Disconnect the range front the electrical supply. Before attempting any repair on an electric oven or range, you must disconnect the appliance from the electrical system. Either pulls the power cord plug from the wall outlet (if you can reach it), switch off the circuit breaker, or remove the fuse serving the range/oven in the main electrical circuit breaker or fuse panel. To make certain that the range/oven has been disconnected, turn the surface and/or oven elements to their highest temperature settings and wait one minute. Carefully bring the palm of your hand close to the elements. If you feel any warmth, you have not disconnected the electricity. Do not proceed with any oven repairs until you are absolutely sure the unit is disconnected from the power source.
CLEANING A CONTINUOUS-CLEANING OVEN
PROBLEM: Your continuous-cleaning oven fails to clean itself completely. In most continuous cleaning ovens, only the interior sides an (] top have a continuous clean apish: the bottom and door liner are porcelain, and only resemble the continuous-clean finish. Check your owner's manual first. If the bottom and door liner of your oven are riot continuous-clean, you can safely clean these surfaces with a commercial oven cleaner. The ingredients used in oven cleaners may cause damage to the continuous clean finish or to the door gasket, so cover these surfaces before you use the cleaner. Caution: Most oven-cleaning products contain sodium hydroxide lye. Any product that contains lye must be used with extreme caution. Before using any cleaner containing lye, put on safety goggles, a long-sleeved shirt, and rubber gloves. If you're using an aerosol, wear a paper dust mask, to keep from inhaling the droplets, and protective goggles. Also protect nearby floors, counters, and other surfaces. To avoid taking all these precautionary steps, buy all aerosol cleaner without lye in the ingredients. If the continuous-clean areas have become so heavily coated with burnt-on residue that they won't come clean in the normal cleaning operation of the oven, do riot spray the buildup directly with an oven cleaner. Instead, rub the area gently with a regular household cleaner and a nylon bristle brush or pad. Then place a paper towel over the buildup and saturate the towel with all ordinary household cleaner. Allow the cleaner to work oil the residue for 30 minutes. Remove the towel and rub the spot with the nylon brush or pad. Using a sponge, rinse with cold water. When the area is as clean as you can possibly get it, set the oven temperature to 450 degrees. Turn oil the oven. At the end of 2 1/2 hours, the oven should be completely clean
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