Nationwide Cooker & Oven Repairs
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- Manufacturer approved engineers where available
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- Gas Safe engineers only (for gas appliances)
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- Only pay for parts if they’re required
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We offer a quick and convenient appliance repair service in your area. Our rates are highly competitive and repairs are carried out by our network of reliable and experienced local engineers.
We will always send an engineer that has experience repairing your specific make of appliance. Our engineers are able to provide quick diagnosis and source parts at unbeatable prices.
Our engineer will conduct your appliance repair as quickly and efficiently as possible. Speak with our team to see when one of our appliance engineers can get to you.
Common Electric Oven Faults
This type of fault usually requires a visit from one of our certified engineers.
If your electric oven is connected to power by a 13 amp plug then it is possible the fuse in the plug may have blown. A person with experience changing plug fuses will be able to check this. Some cookers are connected to the mains via a 30 amp fused connection. These are normally fused via the household fuse box therefore you will need someone with experience to check the fuse. Many cookers also include timers and it is possible the timer on the cooker is stuck in a setting that keeps the cooker off. Try resetting your digital timer. For this you can look on Google Search for some guidance.
If the lights and/or fans turn on but the oven/grill isn’t heating up then it is possible the element needs replacing. You can see the element in some cookers and it often glows red when hot. If the element isn’t getting hot then it likely needs replacing. However cookers also have a thermal switch and a thermal fuse which, if faulty, could be preventing the oven from heating up. It is recommended to book a visit from a qualified engineer to help with this type of fault.
If your oven is cutting out this could indicate a problem with the thermal switch or the cooling fan. It could be an electrical fault. It is strongly recommended that you book one of our qualified engineers to repair the fault. If they can’t fix it we’ll refund you.
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Our approved engineers operate nationwide and we can provide appointments in as little as 48 hours. In some instances we can even provide same-day appointments.
Our network of independent engineers each manage their own business and adhere to strict quality guidelines. We only work with the most experienced engineers.
We take as much information as we can to achieve a first time fix for as many customers as possible.