Your Local Oven Repair Service

Serving Residents of King County, WA

Oven Repair Service

Ovens come in different shapes and sizes, and they can be powered by electricity, gas, or oil. Some of the most common types of ovens include conventional ovens, and convection ovens.  A conventional oven uses hot air that circulates around the food, while a convection oven uses hot air that is blown directly onto the food. No matter what type of oven you have in your home, it is an essential appliance for cooking delicious and nutritious meals.

At Orca Appliance Services, we are proud to offer a comprehensive oven repair service that is suitable for all brands and all models. Our team of experienced and certified technicians are able to quickly diagnose any problem and identify the most effective solution. We understand that ovens are a vital part of any kitchen, and we always aim to carry out repairs as quickly as possible. So, if you are ever in need of oven repair, be sure to give us a call. We would be more than happy to help.

How Can we help?

Common Refrigerator Problems

Oven light not working

One of the most common issues we see with ovens is that the light doesn't work. This can be frustrating, especially when you're trying to check on the progress of your food. There are a few possible reasons why your oven light might not be working. The first is simply that the bulb has burned out and needs to be replaced. This is usually an easy fix - just unscrew the old bulb and screw in a new one. If the socket is loose, you may need to tight it with a screwdriver. The second possibility is that there is a problem with the wiring. This will require a more complex repair, so it's best to call a professional if you suspect this is the issue. In either case, a little troubleshooting will soon have your oven light up and running again.

Oven door won't close

The most common reason an oven door won't close is because the hinges are damaged or need to be realigned. If the hinges are severely damaged, they will need to be replaced. However, if the problem is simply that the door is not aligned properly, you may be able to fix it yourself by loosening the screws that hold the hinge in place and adjusting the position of the door. In some cases, the problem may also be due to a faulty latch. If your oven door has a latch, make sure that it is engaging properly before trying to close the door. If all else fails, you may need to call a qualified technician for assistance.

Oven won't turn on

If your oven won't turn on, there are a few possible explanations. First, check to make sure that the oven is plugged in and that the power switch is in the "on" position. If the oven is still not working, it may be due to a blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker. To check the fuse, look for a small box usually located near the oven. Inside, you should see a row of fuses; if one of them is burned out, simply replace it with a new one. If the circuit breaker has been tripped, reset it by flipping the switch to the "off" position and then back to "on." If your oven still won't turn on, there may be an issue with the bake element or igniter. In this case, it's best to call a qualified technician for assistance.

Oven won't self clean

Many newer oven models come with a self-cleaning feature that can be quite handy. However, there are a few reasons why this feature might not work as intended. One possibility is that the oven hasn't been properly prepped for cleaning. Make sure to remove any food debris or grease from the oven surface before starting the self-cleaning cycle. Otherwise, the dirt and grime will simply bake onto the surfaces during the cleaning process. Another reason why the self-cleaning feature might not work is that it has been damaged or disabled. Check the owner's manual for your oven model to see if there are any troubleshooting tips. Finally, keep in mind that some types of ovens simply don't have a self-cleaning feature. If your oven doesn't seem to have this function, it's likely because it wasn't designed with it.

Reparing All Major Oven Brands & Models

With new models being released every week, it is no wonder why the oven industry has grown so quickly. To keep up with this rapid growth, Orca Appliance Services offers services on a wide variety of makes & models. Whether you need standard maintenance or an experienced technician who knows exactly what they're doing, our team is here for you!