Lawn Equipment Parts
How To Repair Your Range
Repairing your range may seem like a daunting repair, but with our help it’s actually pretty easy! Select your symptom from the list below to get started on your repair.
Will not start
When the oven won’t start up, examine the surface element, bake and broil element, infinite switch, and the oven burner igniter.
Little to no heat when baking
The bake element or the oven sensor could be the culprit. We’ll show you how to find out which part is in need of replacing or repair when there’s not enough heat to bake.
Element will not heat
The cooktop element is the main function of the range. A broken surface burner element, burner switch, or terminal block could be keeping it cool.
Timer will not advance
If the timer does not advance, you should check the control board. Get your oven back in working order with our repair help.
Gas igniter glows, but will not light
The gas igniter could be hindered from lighting if the safety valve, surface igniter, temperature sensor, or electronic controls are broken.
Little to no heat when broiling
The broiler is one of the most popular features of the oven. Get it back in working order when there’s little or no heat by replacing the broil element or the oven’s thermostat.
Door won’t open after self cleaning cycle
When you have diagnosed a faulty door latch, the problem might be a broken temperature sensor. The temperature sensor thinks the oven is too hot, and keeps the door latched after self-cleaning.
Oven is too hot
Troubleshoot your overheating oven by checking out these common broken parts like the oven temperature sensor.
Will not program
The control board is the brain of the oven. By replacing the membrane switch or keypad, you can fix the problem!