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When your oven doesn’t bake properly, smell gas or you have any other problems, we are available for all your oven repair needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We provide same day service and our service call is free with the repair. Our low price policy will give you assurance that you are getting the lowest price for your oven repair. Call us 24/7 at our Toll Free line:

866-385-2081

Please Note: We Do Not Sell Parts

or send us email . Please include your name, phone number and very brief nature of the proble. As soon as we received your appointment request we will contact you immediately.

We repair the All gas and electric oven brands:

American Standard
Arco-Aire
Arctic Circle
Armstrong
Arvn
Kenmore
Andis
AO Smith
AP Wagner
Aprilaire
RCA
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O'Keefe and Merritt
Panasonic
Payne
Lennox
Magic Chef
Maytag
Modern Maid
Montgomery Wards
Norge
Quasar
Bard
Bell & Gossett

Our Service areas includes All the Phoenix and surrounding areas

Scottsdale
Sun City
Sun City West
Sun Lakes
Superior
Surprise
Komatke
Laveen
Tempe
Tolleson
Tortilla Flat
Waddell
West Sun Lakes
Wickenburg
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If you would like to learn more about your oven please read the information below. It will help you to improve the efficiency of your oven and reduce your utility and repair bills. However we strongly encourage you DON’T get involved in repairs in which you are not familiar and that involves working with electrical or gas components. Unfortunately we have seen some people try it and it always turns out to be costly. And, most important, it can put your safety at risk, which cannot be repaired or replaced. Call us today at our Toll Free number:

866-385-2081

ELECTRIC RANGES AND OVENS
Today's electric ranges and ovens are available in more makes, models, and types than ever before, all offering a combination of special features.

OPERATION OF ELECTRIC OVEN PILOT
The electric oven pilot operates on standard 120 volts. It does not require any special setting. Simply turn the knob counterclockwise to Hie temperature you prefer; ignition occurs automatically within 45 I o 60 seconds.

ALUMINUM FOIL IN OVEN AND BROILER
Aluminum foil, when used improperly, is a cause of many range fires. Make certain that vents or air openings are not covered by the foil. If the vents located along the sides of the oven bottom are blocked, poor cooking will result.
Never cover a rack completely. A piece of foil slightly larger than the utensil can be placed on the rack beneath the utensil.

Preheating. Preheating is heating the oven to the temperature
Preheating set on the oven knob before the intended food is placed in the oven. You should preheat for 10 to 12 minutes, although it is not necessary to preheat for broiling or roasting.

Built-In Double Oven. The built-in double oven has the following features: Fiberglass insulation, tempered glass control panel, indicator lights, signal timer, clock, continuous cleaning, rotisserie, removable oven door, air-cooled oven doors, shaded glass door, and others.
Built-In Wall Oven. The built-in wall oven shown in is available in standard and deluxe models with many optional features.
Built-In Space-Saver Wall Oven. The built-in-space-saver wall
Oven is available with and without a continuous cleaning oven, and with other additional features.

Mounting the Recessed Wall Oven. Slide the oven unit into the recess. Secure the unit to the cabinet by placing screws through the front frame into the cabinet.
The recess in which the oven is installed should be constructed so as to provide a complete closure around the recessed portion of Ilic. Unit (except for the vent thimble of a vented unit). Any openings around gas and electric service outlets should be closed at time of installation.
(A manual gas valve must be installed in an accessible location in the gas line external to the unit for the purpose of turning on or shutting off gas to the unit.)

Power Connection. The wiring system conforms to the Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., standards and the National Electrical Code. Check your local codes regarding installation and wiring because of various code requirements. Ranges with a clock or oven light require three wires, 120/240 volts, 60-cycle AC, and single-phase current. Ranges with only top units, bake and broil units, require only two wires, 240 volts, 60-cycle AC, single-phase current. Be sure the electric power is off at the fuse box until the unit is ready to operate. See range rating plate for kw rating.
Electrical Grounding. The range neutral is grounded to the Milge at the factory. Disconnect the grounding strap from the terminal block when a separate ground is required. Check your local code for grounding requirements. Check all connections to see that they are tight and have not become loosened during transit. Each top unit is controlled by a switch and the element should heat up within a minute. The oven bake element and broil clement should heat up within a minute when the temperature control is set at 400° F. in the bake area of the dial. Oven temperas tire should be reached within 12 to 15 minutes. The elements are finished with a protective coating of oil. When using for the first time, open the oven door and allow the 11wi'mostat to operate at 400° F. for about 10 minutes. This should evaporate the oil and dissipate odors, and possible smoke. A standard electric range pigtail can be attached to the range by waiving the lower cover and putting the supply cord through the bracket. Replace the cover after the connection is made. Should wiring diagrams be needed, refer to the one on your particular unit. If other copies are desired, give the manufacturer the model and serial (or type) number of unit.

OVENS USE AND CARE
Place the range in a level position out of excessive drafts and in an IIP,ht, and well-ventilated place near other working areas in the kitchen. Follow the manufacturer's directions for using and caring for the OVEN
Use utensils that fit the burners and that have tight-fitting lids. Use little water in cooking.
Turn down heat after food boils, and shut off heat before cooking has been completed.
Keep your range clean. This will increase the efficiency of your image and reduce fire hazards.
When buying fuel, buy good quality for cleanliness and efficiency.