Oven and Stove repairs Umhlanga

Oven and Stove repairs Umhlanga

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Oven and Stove repairs in Umhlanga

Our appliance repair centre has been serving the Umhlanga community for over thirty five years! Professional oven range repair in Umhlanga. 

Gas and electric  stove repairs

We repair both types of stoves both electric and gas. so whatever your situation is we can help you. 

Gas stove technician 

We’re your one-stop-shop for all of your appliance needs. Our team is ready to help with any and all appliance troubles. Whether you need a stove repair in Umhlanga, Durban, KZN or an oven repair, we’re here to help anytime!

Professional appliance repairs

We have been providing professional appliance repair services for all types of ovens and stoves since 1983. We will make sure that you are 100% satisfied and always on the cutting edge with the newest technology. Give us a call today!  

We are authorised Samsung appliance repair agents.  Best oven and stove repairs. 

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Oven Overheating Solutions for Homeowners

Ovens can reach temperatures that are dangerous for humans. The best way to prevent this is by keeping the temperature at around 350 degrees Fahrenheit (180 degrees Celsius).

If you notice that your oven is getting hot, check the settings on your thermostat first. Make sure that the temperature setting is set correctly, and that the fan is not running. You should also make sure that the door is closed tightly so that no air escapes.

If the problem persists, replace the thermostat. It might also be worth replacing the fan motor as well.

After checking the settings, clean the interior of the oven using an oven cleaner spray or brush. This will help prevent any further damage to the heating elements.

If you find that the filters aren’t doing what you need them to do, try changing them. This might mean going through each filter individually and adjusting its settings.

An oven thermometer will help you determine whether there is a problem with the temperature setting. You should install one at least once every six months.

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Troubleshooting Gas Stoves

Gas stoves are great for cooking, but they also pose a few potential hazards. This article will teach you how to troubleshoot common problems that might arise when using a gas stove.

If you notice any leaks around the burner valve, check the valve itself first. You should see a small hole with a rubber seal inside. If there isn’t a rubber seal, replace the valve.

Next, clean out the chimney by removing the cap and flue liner. Remove any debris that has accumulated in the chimney. Then, use a brush to remove any remaining soot. Finally, reattach the cap and flue lining.