If you have oven control board repairs, your appliance repair technician can help. The control board is where most of the functions are controlled in your oven. Electrical connections and connections to other components such as heating elements, door switches, igniters and other parts are made on or through the control board. Some of these connections may need to be repaired or replaced to get proper operation from your appliance again
Oven control board repairs can be done by a qualified appliance repair technician.
Oven control board repairs can be done by a qualified appliance repair technician. A qualified technician will have the right tools, equipment and training to diagnose and repair your oven control board quickly, efficiently and correctly the first time.
Control Board Repairs
Control board repairs are a common problem and can be fixed by a qualified appliance repair technician. If you have an oven that doesn’t work, or if it’s heating up too quickly or slowly, then it is probably the control board that needs to be repaired. If you need help with your oven’s control panel, call us at (204) 500-9933.
Heating Element Repairs
If you’re experiencing problems with your oven’s heating element, the most common repair is to replace it. The heating element is an important part of any oven and when it fails, your oven will no longer heat up properly.
Heating elements can be repaired or replaced depending on their age and condition. In many cases, simply replacing a failed heating element will solve all of your problems with no further issues arising in future use. This is because they are often very simple devices which consist mostly of copper wire wrapped around an iron core (although some newer models may use ceramic).
Door Switch Repair
To test the door switch, you need to remove it from its mounting bracket and inspect it for signs of damage. If you see any chips or cracks in the plastic casing, replace it.
If your oven still does not work after replacing the door switch (and you’ve also checked that there are no other problems with your electrical circuit), then there may be another issue with your appliance’s wiring or control board assembly.
The igniter is a small heating element that is located in the oven. The igniter is responsible for starting the oven and heating up its components. If your oven has not been working properly, it may be due to a defective igniter. You can have it replaced by a qualified technician.
- Unplug your appliance from an outlet or turn off its breaker switch
- Remove any door or panel covers on top of your range or cooker hood if there are any
- Locate where wires lead into an opening in front of burner(s) (usually near bottom left corner when viewed from front); remove screws holding them back together using Phillips screwdriver ; pull apart carefully so as not damage wiring inside – note! DO NOT disconnect electrical connections unless absolutely necessary!
Auxiliary Burner Repair
If the oven is turned on and the pilot light is lit, but the main burner does not ignite:
The oven’s auxiliary burner may have failed.
We hope that you have found this article helpful. If you have any questions about repairs to your oven control board, please do not hesitate to contact us at (204) 500-9933 or submit a Contact Us form.