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Stove Repair In Calgary

If you’re looking for stove repairs in Calgary, SMS Appliances is your go-to spot. With a team of certified technicians, specialized tools and innovative equipment, they can repair any stove problems – from faulty controls to broken cooktops. They offer instant diagnostics to quickly identify the issue and provide customers with cost-effective solutions. Whether you have a stove that needs regular maintenance checks or urgent repairs, they make sure that their stove repair services are carried out professionally and efficiently. If you’re looking for quick stove repairs in Calgary, SMS Appliances has got you covered.

Stove Repair Service

SMS Appliances Technicians are expertly trained to repair both gas and electric stove. Stoves often blow fuses and burnout sensors and circuitry due to high temperatures.

With the latest technology and analysis we can identify things that keep your stove working, at the right temperature including control panels, coils, sensors and safety fuses. Our technician are trained for stove repairs electric (220 Volt) and gas models. 

Once the issue is identified, full diagnose will be presented, service required and answer all of your questions.

Common Stove Problems

When it comes to stove repairs in Calgary, we’ve become a household name to trust. We’re all about creating exceptional customer service experiences and fixing your appliance issues as quickly as possible, so you can get back to enjoying your home.

Fixing Oven

Stoves won’t turn on or ignite if there’s a problem with the oven surface element, igniter, infinite switch, or a bake or broil element. Bake oven elements glow red-hot when it’s functioning correctly. The heating element won’t glow red if it’s burnt out or if it’s visibly damaged. 
What you can do before giving us a call is inspecting the heating element for holes or blisters. We can use a multimeter to check the bake element’s continuity to determine if we need to replace the part. When it comes to gas ovens that won’t turn on, the igniter is the likely culprit. We can check the state of your igniter and replace it as needed.

Stoves won’t turn on or ignite if there’s a problem with the oven surface element, igniter, infinite switch, or a bake or broil element. Bake oven elements glow red-hot when it’s functioning correctly. The heating element won’t glow red if it’s burnt out or if it’s visibly damaged. 
What you can do before giving us a call is inspecting the heating element for holes or blisters. We can use a multimeter to check the bake element’s continuity to determine if we need to replace the part. When it comes to gas ovens that won’t turn on, the igniter is the likely culprit. We can check the state of your igniter and replace it as needed.

  • When your stove doesn’t heat, it’s likely because of a broken bake element or oven sensor.
  • Another potential issue for why your burner won’t heat is a damaged component or malfunctioning terminal block.
  • The oven element can be checked by preheating the oven. If one heating element isn’t heating, we’ll need to replace the defective one.
  • If the defective element gets replaced and the oven isn’t heating correctly, you may have an electrical issue. 
    A voltage meter can test for continuity by pushing the wires that lead to the heating element.

The control board on your stove is broken when the timer or the program settings are not working. The oven control board controls the temperature of the oven. 

An electronic oven control panel controls the oven when its buttons are used to set the oven’s temperature. Diagnostic codes, also known as fault codes, are displayed when there is a problem with the stove.

If your oven is running too hot, it’s likely the temperature sensor or thermostat that’s defective. The thermostat is part of the main control panel, which regulates the broil and bake elements. It’s located on the back wall inside the oven near the broiler on the top wall. 

For newer model ovens, check the manufacturer’s website or manual to determine the temperature sensor’s proper resistance.

When the stove igniter glows, but it’s not lit, there’s a broken electronic control, temperature sensor, surface igniter, or safety valve. 
In gas ovens, defective igniters can often be spotted when the oven is turned on, and the igniter glows for more than 90 seconds without igniting the flame. 
This indicates a weak igniter and is a sign that it needs to be replaced.

A common issue we’ve seen with newer oven models with self-cleaning functions is that sometimes the door won’t open even after the temperature drops. This can be caused by the malfunction of the oven temperature sensor. Sometimes the oven door won’t open because of the thermostat, door latch, or seal.

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