It never fails, you are getting ready to host a Thanksgiving dinner for your fiances entire family, (his mother included), you preheat the oven, get the turkey ready, open the door, and there is no heat, none at all. Your oven has given up the ghost, and though you knew it was acting funny, you have no idea what could be wrong with it. You could order the appliance parts in Toledo yourself, but you would have no idea what to do with them, so it’s best to call in the appliance repairman to fix it for you, and hopefully save Thanksgiving. Below you will find some reasons that you might want to call the repairman to fix your oven, or stove, before Thanksgiving next year.
Electric Oven not Heating
If your electric oven isn’t heating properly, but your stove top is, you may have a bad heating element. These are usually pretty simple to replace; however, if both of them are not heating, you have a bigger problem. First make sure that the circuit breaker is not tripped, then call the repairman, if it isn’t.
Self-Cleaning not Working
While you don’t have to have the self-cleaning function on your oven to cook the turkey for Thanksgiving dinner, you do need it to clean up any mess afterwards. This repair can get complicated, and it could take a while for the Appliance Parts in Toledo to come in, so call as soon as you find out about the problem.
Gas Oven not Lighting
A gas oven not lighting can be a couple of things. However, you don’t want to mess with the repairs on your own. Gas is dangerous, and you could end up blowing yourself up, if you aren’t careful. It is best to just call in the repairman as soon as you see there is a problem.
There are worse things that can happen, but the oven going out on Thanksgiving Day is a bad one. If you sense that your oven isn’t operating properly, it’s best to call in the Household Centralized Service repairmen to inspect the oven, before it gives up the ghost.