If Your Oven Won't Heat, Check for These Problems
By All Bergen Appliance Service, LLC on 2016-01-16
A good oven is a necessary part of any kitchen, so when yours isn't working properly, it can create serious problems. There are a whole host of possible reasons that could explain why your oven isn't heating. Here are a few components to consider:
Temperature Sensor. Electronic control ovens contain a sensor to keep track of the internal temperature. Any malfunction in this sensor could prevent the oven from heating up. If your oven isn't heating properly and is displaying an error code, a broken temperature sensor might be why.
Bake Element. The bake element sits at the bottom of the oven and is a major component in the oven's heating process. If the bake element is broken or damaged, it could disrupt your oven's ability to heat up as it should. With the oven turned off, you can visually inspect the bake element for signs of damage. If you see any, it will likely need to be replaced.
Thermostat. An oven's thermostat controls its internal temperature after receiving a signal from the control board. If there are any problems with the thermostat or its connections to either the control board or the bake and broil elements, then your oven might not be able to heat properly.
These are just a few of the many common problems that prevent an oven from working. If you think one of these might be your issue, contact us at All Bergen Appliance Service, LLC. We've been handling oven repairs for gas and electric ovens in the Bergen County area for over 35 years, so we know how to address any problems you might be experiencing. Best of all, we'll do it safely, quickly, and at an affordable price. Give us a call at (201) 878-4528 to find out more.