Affordable Oven Repair Services For Central Kentucky

Oven Repair

Gas and Electric Oven Repair Services in the Lexington, KY Area

At EJ’s Appliance Repair, we provide fast, reliable oven repair service to our customers. We can handle any type of oven repair issue. From broken glass doors to malfunctioning thermostats, we’ve got you covered.

Our experienced technicians will arrive on time, ready to take care of your needs. They’ll make sure your oven is working smoothly before they leave.

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Expert Oven Repair Services In Lexington & Mount Sterling, KY

We are a family-owned business that has been servicing the greater Lexington, KY area for many years. Our team of highly trained technicians have extensive experience working with all major brands, including Maytag, KitchenAid, Wolf, Jenn Air, GE, Amana, Frigidaire, Electrolux, Bosch, and more!

We specialize in gas oven repair services, but we also do electric oven repairs. If you need an expert to fix your oven, call us today at 1-859-404-4689 or schedule an appointment online.

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Trust the Oven Repair Experts at EJ’s Appliance Repair

Trust the Oven Repair Experts at EJ’s Appliance Repair

We are a full-service appliance repair company that has been serving the greater Lexington area since 2018. We have over 25 years of combined experience and we know how to fix your broken oven! Our technicians are fully trained and insured, so you can be assured that you’re getting quality workmanship every time.

If you’re looking for an affordable and convenient way to keep your oven running like new, then give us a call today.

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Common Oven Problems

  • Oven will not start

  • The oven will not turn off

  • Little to no heat when baking

  • The element will not heat

  • The timer will not advance

  • Gas igniter glows but will not light the gas burners

  • The door won’t open after a self-cleaning cycle

We Repair All Oven Brands

  • GE

  • Electrolux

  • Kenmore

  • KitchenAid

  • Maytag

  • Samsung

  • and more…

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Average 5-star reviews

Tanya Pitts
Tanya Pitts
December 2, 2022.
Knowlegable, friendly, fast, professional service and honesty. Would recommend to anyone for appliance repair needs. Very satisfied!
Angelia Harris
Angelia Harris
November 28, 2022.
Wonderful company a great guy came out very respectful and kind and did a great job
November 25, 2022.
Mike was excellent!!!! Repaired the problem and found one part that didn’t need replacing and saved us money
Rebecca Heissler
Rebecca Heissler
November 22, 2022.
Great service,very friendly and professional!
November 14, 2022.
Bill was great! He was honest and offered great advice on the repair of my dishwasher. He explained the different options I had and the prices of each option. He was also so kind to my dogs, which was a huge bonus! I’ll definitely be using this company again for any and all appliance repair needs.
JoAnn Shipp
JoAnn Shipp
November 11, 2022.
Courteous,friendly, knowledgeable,on time
Chelsea Leigh
Chelsea Leigh
November 4, 2022.
Bill was very professional and quick to diagnose the issue with my refrigerator. He didn’t have the part needed for the fridge but ordered it right away. I’ll definitely be using EJ’s Appliance Repair if I ever have appliance problems again.
Constance Sue Thompson
Constance Sue Thompson
November 1, 2022.
The company was recommended by a friend We were satisfied with his professional assessment.
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Common oven problems that need repair

There are many reasons why your oven may stop working properly. Some issues are minor while others require immediate attention. Here are some of the most common problems that might cause your oven not to function correctly.

Broken door glass

Doors are one of the most visible parts of your oven, but it’s also one of the most delicate. A cracked window makes it difficult for air to circulate inside your oven, which means your food won’t cook as well.

If you notice cracks or chips in your oven door glass, contact EJ’s Appliance Repair right away. We offer free estimates and can replace your damaged glass quickly.

Thermal shock

When your oven gets too hot, the metal components expand and sometimes break. This is called thermal shock. It happens when your oven reaches high temperatures, such as during baking.

You might see black stains on the walls of your oven if this problem occurs. Contact us immediately if you notice these signs of thermal shock.

Malfunctioning thermostat

Your oven uses a thermostat to regulate its temperature. When your oven is overheating, the thermostat senses the heat and turns off the heating element. The thermostat doesn’t turn off the cooling element, however. So, even though your oven is shut down, it still runs cool.

This condition usually lasts only a few minutes, but it can lead to serious damage. You should contact a professional technician if you notice unusual noises coming from your oven.

Damaged burners

Burners are small heating elements located on the bottom of your oven. If they don’t get enough oxygen, they can become clogged and start smoking. This causes them to run hotter than normal, which leads to uneven cooking.

To prevent this problem, clean out the burner grates regularly. Also, check your oven’s ventilation system to ensure there aren’t any obstructions.

Overheated coils

The coils are ceramic plates that transfer energy to the oven’s heating elements. These plates can develop cracks if they get too hot. To avoid this issue, place your oven on a cooler setting until repairs can be made.

How much does it cost to repair an oven?

Repair costs depend on several factors. First, the type of oven will determine its price. Second, the location where the repair takes place will affect the final cost. Finally, the amount of labor required to complete the job will influence the overall price.

Our rates include everything from replacement parts to installation services. We charge a flat rate fee, so our prices vary depending on the complexity of the repair.

Is oven repair cost effective?

Absolutely! Oven repairs are often less expensive than replacing your entire appliance. In fact, you could save up to $500 by fixing what’s wrong with your old oven instead of buying a new one.