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We repair all brands gas and electric stoves in Austin. If some of your stove burners don't work properly, control panel display constantly F code or if you have any other problem, simply call our toll free number and let us fix the problem and return your stove to perfect working order. Call us today to schedule an appointment for your stove repair in Austin. We will work with you to set up a repair appointment for a time that is most convenient for you:

When scheduling an Austin stove repair appointment, we always accommodate your busy life style. For an Austin Stove Repair appointment, call us today at:

512-215-4014

For parts only: 800-370-9281

Please note: We don’t work on small appliances such as vacuum cleaners, sewing machines etc. We work only on major appliances such as washers, dryers, refrigerators, ovens, stoves, dishwashers etc

You can also notify us about your stove problem via email. Include your name, phone number, zip code and a brief explanation of your stove problem and we will respond and schedule your Austin Stove Repair appointment as soon as possible.

We service and repair all stove brands and models:

Sears
Kitchen Aid
Montgomery Wards
Maytag

GE
Jenn Air
Kelvinator
Frigidaire

Magic Chef
Whirlpool
Kenmore
and more view all brands

Our stove repair service areas include entire Austin and the surrounding cities:


CENTRAL AUSTIN
WEST AUSTIN
SOUTH AUSTIN
SOUTHWEST AUSTIN
SOUTHEAST AUSTIN
EAST AUSTIN
NORTH AUSTIN
NORTHWEST AUSTIN
NORHTEAST AUSTIN
KYLE

LEANDER
MC NEIL
MANCHACA
MANOR
PFLUGERVILLE
SPICEWOOD
ROUND ROCK
PFLUGERVILLE
HUTTO
CEDAR PARK

AUSTIN
BUDA
CEDAR CREEK
CEDAR PARK
DALE
DEL VALLE
DRIFTWOOD
DRIPPING SPRINGS
ELGIN
view the rest service areas


The information we provide on our website is here to help you gain more knowledge about your stove. More efficient stove usage can help you save on your utility bills and on possible future repairs by extending the life of your stove.
Warning: STOVES CAN BECOME DANGEROUS IF YOU TRY TO REPAIR WITHOUT EXPERIENCE, TRADE KNOWLEDGE, AND THE RIGHT TOOLS. We strongly advise you not perform any stove repairs on your own. Stove repairs attempted by anyone without professional experience, training, and understanding of gas and electrical systems can become very dangerous. For professional help call our stove repair technicians 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:

512-215-4014

RANGES / STOVES

HOW GAS VALVES PROVIDE INFINITE HEAT CONTROL
By controlling the amount of gas which flows to a burner, the gas valve controls the heat output. The housing is threaded on the outlet end for an orifice or hood. The grill is adjustable with the hood turned completely in toward the body, if output is correct for LP gas. As it is turned in the opposite direction, it call hi, adjusted for natural gas. The setting of such surfaces should be checked with instruments for measuring the amount of gas flow to be sure that it complies with the nameplate rating.
On the opposite end of the body, threads hold a cap to retain the spring and pull, in place. A stem on the plug extends through the cap and is provided with the surface for the knob.
The manifold is filled with gas from the supply. A bottom extension of the valve threaded into the manifold.  At the burner there's a small surface at the opening of the zip tube. When the gas is turned on, the gas-air mixture flows into the tube toward the pilot at the opposite end. Then the tube is ignited, the flame flows back to the burner, and the burner is ignited almost instantaneously. Many newer gas ranges incorporate an electronic capacitor charge ignition. This has a small printed circuit board which spark gaps or electrodes extend to the burners. When this swift is turned to the light position, arcing occurs at file spark and flip gas jet from the burner is ignited. When this arrangement is used, is no pilot at the burner. Some ovens use this arrangement also use a glow coil for automatic lighting, and still others use a spark pilot. The advantage of the automatic ignition system is being consumed when the appliance is not in use.  . Flame is usually the first indication of Tinting around the burner. Two thermostats may be employed on these models. One thermostat controls gas flow to the burner, increasing or decreasing the how to provide the correct heat input. The second thermostat controls system in the electric operational mode. At this time an electric heating element, rather than a gas burner, is acting as the heat source thermostat simply cycles this heater on and off as required. Check this procedure for the electric thermostat is the same as for thermo falls on electric refrigerators. 
CERAMIC COOKTOPS
There are two new developments in the home cooking field that we can expect to be around for a long time. The ceramic cooktop has met with great approval from housewives because of its appearance and the ease with which it can be cleaned. Elements for these units are located under the pattern for the pan, and are serviced by raising the top. Use extreme care when working around the fragile material dropped wrench or a slip of the hand can result in a chipped or cracked cooktop. Some ceramic tops use switches with sensing bulbs much like those used to control the oven. Be sure that they are repositioned exactly before securing the top in place

For help call us 24/7 at:

512-215-4014