Same Day Stove Repair in Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, The Bronx & Long Island. 15% Off On all Makes & models
Do you need your stove repaired, replaced or just need maintenance. "Reliance Appliance Repair" is there to help. We guarantee same day quality service that fits your schedule. We have licensed technicians in every borough which include Brooklyn, queens, manhattan & Long Island. We service cook top stoves, freestanding ranges, gas stoves, electric, convection, commercial style, Stove top repairs, burners (dual and single burners). Ignitors, Ignition box, Oven door repairs. Door gasket, Thermostats, ignition switches, gas stove regulators, etc....
We specialize in but are not limited to:
WHIRLPOOL - MAGICCHEF - HOTPIONT - JENNAIR - KENMORE
WESTINGHOUSE - KITCHENAID - FRIGIDAIRE - ELECTROLUX
MAYTAG - AMANA - INGLIS - ESTATE - BOSCH - AMANA
DECOR - SIRIOUS - THERMADOR - ADMIRAL - TAPPAN
ROPER - ICON - VIKING - DCS - LG - GE - ETC...
STOVE REPAIR TIPS AND TROUBLESHOOTING TECHNIQUES
For many, a stove repair seems like a week-end project idea. You need to understand that there are some things you should leave to the professionals. An electric oven is one of those appliances that need to be repaired from the professionals. You can create danger for yourself if you are not familiar with the repair. Electrical work for your stove, range or oven is a serious business and professionals should handle it. There are many electric professional service companies offering repair. This is not as easy as it seems to pick any repair company from a long list. You should choose the reputable professional service that can get the job done. Electric or gas oven repairs can lead to electrical hazards and damage like, fire. Therefore, it is your duty to find a reputable professional service company to keep your loved ones safe from danger.
How does a stove work (gas)
A gas stove does not have as many components as a refrigerator therefore the troubleshooting is a bit easier. Gas comes in through the regulator which regulates the flow of gas. When the knob is turned it opens a port in the jet which allows gas to flow through the burner.
For ignition to occur you must have gas, oxygen and an igniter which in this case is a pilot flame. The pilot flame is on constantly. When the gas passes through the burner, the pilot flame ignites the stove.
Electronic stoves also use gas but the main difference is the ignition process. Instead of a constant pilot flame they use a spark for combustion. When the knob is turned, an electric current passes through the spark wire which ignites the gas. Some people prefer electric ignition although a gas ignition is cheaper. A major problem with gas ignition is the pilot flame, it can go out at any moment. This can be easily fixed by manually lighting the pilot. Electronic is different. If the spark goes bad than the ignition box will have to be replaced.