You try to heat up a pot of water on the stove and only hear clicking—there’s no flame. Something is clearly wrong, but you’re not sure what it could be. It’s time to call in the professionals at Mr. Appliance®.
Our expert technicians are trained across all major stove and range brands and can get your main kitchen appliance back up and running in no time.
Schedule your appointment with Mr. Appliance today. Our local teams offer flexible scheduling and upfront pricing.
Types of Units We Repair
Mr. Appliance repairs and services both ranges and stoves—also referred to as cooktops. We’re equally versed in gas range repair and electric range repair services.
These are the common brands we service:
Range & Stove Top Parts We Replace
- Spark electrodes
- Ignition wires
- Controller boards
- Self-cleaning latches
- Temperature sensors
- Heating elements
- Spark modules
- Safety valves
Electric & Gas Range Repair Near Me
If you need range or stove top repairs, don’t hesitate to request an appointment with Mr. Appliance or call to schedule expert service. Our teams of trained technicians are ready to diagnose what’s wrong with your appliance and repair it promptly.
Frequently Asked Questions
Range vs. stove: what’s the difference?
A stove is a kitchen appliance used to cook food using gas, electricity, or even wood as the source for direct heat. Today’s stoves might be a standalone stove top built into a counter. A range is more commonly found in a kitchen as it has a stove and an oven.
Why won't my gas stove burner light?
The most common issue is debris, like food crumbs, blocking the flow of gas needed to light a flame on the stovetop. If that’s the not case, there could be a faulty spark igniter connection that needs to be replaced.
How do I remove electric stove burners?
Check your manual to confirm that the burners are removable. Then, after turning off all burners, find the socket the electric burner is plugged into. Grip the coil and lift it up slowly. You may have to rock it back and forth until it releases from the socket. If it’s not budging, allow a professional technician to remove it.
How do I clean stove burners?
For electric stoves, first, unplug the appliance and then remove the electric coil burners first. Wipe it with a soft towel or sponge with warm soapy water. Don’t get the electric connection wet. For gas stoves, dampen a small cloth with warm, soapy water and wipe around the burner. Next, remove the burner caps and use a toothbrush to remove all food debris in and around the burner slots.
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