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Stove Problems: Electric and Gas, Part 1

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Hand approaches red-hot burner on electric range with kettle in background.

If you live in Menomonee Falls or the surrounding area and have encountered problems with your stove, you are likely wondering how you can solve the issue so that you can cook your favorite meals again. You want to find and hire a local Menomonee Falls stove repair team that will have your back and give you the outcome you want.

When you reach out for help, the kind experts at Dave’s Appliance Service will look into the issue and come up with a fast solution that gets the job done right. We will have your stove running before you know it, and our professionals have the tools and skill to complete the project without stress, allowing you to put your worries to rest. Now, which kind of stove do you have? We’ll cover common Electric Stove Problems in this article. Come back again in a few weeks when we’ll tackle common Gas Stove Problems in Part 2.

Electric Stove Problems

This section covers the most common issues you will experience if you have an electric stove. You will know what path gives you the highest odds of getting the situation under control, and you won’t need to waste time or energy on the wrong path.

If you think you have one of these issues, only try fixing it if you have the proper tools, experience and background to do so, or you could make the situation worse than it already is. If you want to stay safe and avoid extra complications, enlisting a Menomonee Falls electric stove repair team is the smart choice. Our experts will have your back and take the right steps to give you peace of mind.

Bad Burners (Heating Elements)

Some people think the worst when their stove stops working, and they sometimes buy a new stove without exploring other options. Following in their footsteps is not wise if you would like to find an effective solution that won’t harm your budget.

You will often find that a bad burner is the source of the issue with which you are dealing, and you can test the theory. Unplug your stove before you do anything, and you can then unscrew the burner and replace it with one that works. If your stove works after this step, the only problem was your burner. A Do-it-yourself repair can save a lot of money, if you know what you are doing. When in doubt, get a professional opinion.

Wiring or Fuse Issues

You could have wiring issues on hand if replacing your burner does not fix the problem. Electric stoves have complex systems of wires that allow them to function the right way. If something interferes with a wire’s ability to transfer power to the correct spot, you will experience a short circuit. Trying to run a stove with a short circuit can cause even more problems you will need to address, so leave it off until you get to the source of the issue. It takes an appliance repair expert like Dave’s Appliance Repair to fix short circuits without causing additional concerns.

Come back soon, we’ll cover Gas Stove Problems in our next blog post.

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