Two most common Stove types are Electric Stove and Gas Stove. For those stoves that use gas to operate – it could be VERY DANGEROUS and we ask all clients who need a gas stove repair to have it professionally taken care of by service company like TAS Canada (Toronto Appliance Service Canada). We are the authorized service provider for many brands and we have licensed technicians so we know how important is to service it correctly. For other appliances it may not be so critical but for gas stoves – it is highly recommended to be serviced by professionals. We repair all stove types and you are welcome to call us directly to schedule an appointment with one of our technicians.
Here are some of the most common stove problems that you might experience:
Stove is not working at all (no signals at all)
Stove top heats, but not enough to cook
Electric stove doesn’t show any lights
Gas starter is clicking but fire not starting
I can hear gas noise and smell but no fire
Stove is producing unusual sound
Only one of the gas stove burners is not working
Flat top is broken on my electric stove
I smell unusual gas odor from my stove
Igniter is not firing (not working) on my gas stove
There could be many other problems with the stove, but these issues could be related to thermostat, gas supply, sensors, fuses or some other stove problems. If any of these issues appear, or you might experience a different problem with your stove – we are here to help! The best way to reach us is to give us a phone call first as we might be able tohelp you over the phone without visiting your place. If that doesn’t work we will need to send a technician to take a look, diagnose and fix the stove.
I had one of those days when your stove stops working day before your guests are coming. Thanks God for Toronto Appliance Service who came the same day, fixed it in no time – you saved my day and in-laws are happy.
Anna (from Toronto)
Few months later after the warranty expired my built in stove just stopped working. I checked the fuses everything was ok except for the stove. I called one company they couldn’t fix it and suggested replacement. I called TAS Canada and they found what was wrong, replaced the part and my stove is back to normal.
Thank you guys for figuring out the problem and fixing my stove. Great service, great knowledgeable staff and certainly great price. Keep up the great work.
► Solution: Perhaps the electric breaker flipped or the fuse blown? Sometimes an electrical surge will interfere with the power supply, causing breakers and fuses to react to protect your appliances. Simply check your breaker or fuse box and replace or flip as required. Make sure you are using correct breaker/fuse when replacing. Also check that the stove is plugged in and if not plug it in. Your stove (electric range) could have an internal fuse or circuit breaker system? Generally located under the top of the range, cooktop fuses and circuits can also blow or trip. So can the fuses for the oven – located at the rear of the compartment. To replace any fuse, simply unscrew it and simply replace with the exact same type and size.
Problem: Only one of the heat burners is not working, others are ok
► Solution: Before doing anything turn off the power or unplug the stove to prevent electrical shock if you need to work internal parts. So, most of the time, the cause can be traced to a defective element, a loose connection or a broken switch. Following options could help. Step one – try to shake the burner slightly. Check if the element feels abnormal or loosely attached; sometimes comparing it with another one will help you judge any differences. Try turning the burner on again to see if this fixed the problem. Examine the element for warping, bubbles or any visible sign of damage. Check if there are any corrosion on the sides that plug into the burner receptacle blocks. Clean, as necessary, with steel wool or a rough brush to remove buildup that may interfere while working. If you notice what looks like burned or scorched areas on the prongs, replace the terminal block that the element plugs into.