Oven - Abby Appliances

Abby Appliances

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5700 Jacksboro Hwy, Fort worth, TX 76114

Call us Today (817) 570-3133
5700 Jacksboro Hwy, Fort worth, TX 76114

Oven Repair

Please note that all purchased oven parts are shipped directly to you.

We don’t work on commercial and small appliances such as vacuum cleaners, sewing machines etc. We work only on major appliances such as washers, dryers, refrigerators, ovens, stoves, dishwashers etc..

Caution: OVENS CAN BE DANGEROUS TO REPAIR IF YOU ARE NOT EXPERIENCED AND CERTIFIED.

Do not take chances with your safety and health. The following tips are strictly for educational purposes. We strongly advise you to not get involved with any oven repairs on your own. All oven repairs require professional experience and training with electric and gas systems and can become dangerous if you are not knowledgeable. For help call our oven service technicians 24/7 at: 817-570-3133

Let’s Get Going : We repair all oven brands in Fort Worth such as:

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Repairing Brand

Ovens -> Dacor ovens ->Jenn Air ovens -> Sunray ovens -> Kenmore ovens -> Kitchen Aid ovens -> Whirlpool ovens -> Tappan ovens -> Frigidaire ovens The oven door gasket is made of a tough woven fiberglass material that withstands a good deal of abuse. Unless it’s torn, it probably won’t require replacement during the oven lifetime.

If replacement should prove necessary, be sure to leave the specified gap across the bottom of the oven throat or door. This allows room air to enter the oven body during baking and cleaning.

The oven is also vented at the top, usually under a surface unit. The oven throat outside the oven door seal should be wiped with a damp cloth prior to cleaning the oven, since it isn’t subject to the high heat of cleaning.

This is usually easily done, since it isn’t sill) jetted to baking heat, either, and the foods aren’t baked on. When cleaning extremely heavy soils, some smoke may escape around the corners of the gasket and should be wiped away when the cycle is completed. Never use a commercial oven cleaner on any part of’ it self-cleaning oven, paralytic or catalytic.

The oven door is adjustable by first slightly loosening the screwy which hold inner and outer oven door panels together, then carefully twisting the door to the desired position. Tighten the liner screws, being careful not to chip the oven porcelain. Hinge screws are usually adjustable tow; i it I the front or rear of the oven through the use of elongated slots. To check the oven door seal, close the door on a shim made of construction paper, about one inch wide and eight inches long. When removing the shim, a definite drag should be felt between door and gasket.

Try this in several strategic locations around the door’s edge.

OVEN HEATING ELEMENTS

Heating elements, like other components on paralytic self-cleaning ovens, are heavy duty and heat resistant.

Temperature must be brought up slowly to insure complete soil oxidation. In some ovens, cycling switches are employed to continuously cycle the ovens at about 50 percent on time during cleaning. Cycle switches are located beneath the service panel and are connected in series with the heating elements.

They are similar in appearance fit “infinite-heat” type surface unit controls but are nonadjustable and must be replaced it’ faulty. Since the cycling rate depends upon the wattage of the oven heating element, be sure to replace with the exact switch specified for your oven. Another method is to connect the upper and lower oven healing elements in series during cleaning, dividing the voltage between them. This fit accomplished by means of the selector switch. Once cleaning process reaches of 875 degrees or so are reached, the elements are cycled to maintain temperature by a high-limit control.

This may be a separate switch, or it may be a set of contacts incorporated into the thermostat..

OVEN DOOR SEALS

The oven door gasket is made of a tough woven fiberglass material that withstands a good deal of abuse. Unless it’s torn, it probably won’t require replacement during the oven lifetime. If replacement should prove necessary, be sure to leave the specified gap across the bottom of the oven throat or door. This allows room air to enter the oven body during baking and cleaning. The oven is also vented at the top, usually under a surface unit. The oven throat outside the oven door seal should be wiped with a damp cloth prior to cleaning the oven, since it isn’t subject to the high heat of cleaning. This is usually easily done, since it isn’t sill) jetted to baking heat, either, and the foods aren’t baked on. When cleaning extremely heavy soils, some smoke may escape around the corners of the gasket and should be wiped away when the cycle is completed. Never use a commercial oven cleaner on any part of’ it self-cleaning oven, paralytic or catalytic. The oven door is adjustable by first slightly loosening the screwy which hold inner and outer oven door panels together, then carefully twisting the door to the desired position. Tighten the liner screws, being careful not to chip the oven porcelain. Hinge screws are usually adjustable tow; i it I the front or rear of the oven through the use of elongated slots. To check the oven door seal, close the door on a shim made of construction paper, about one inch wide and eight inches long. When removing the shim, a definite drag should be felt between door and gasket. Try this in several strategic locations around the door’s edge

One Call Service

For help call our oven service technicians 24/7 at: 817-570-3133.

The information below is to help you learn more about your oven. This information will also help you to use your oven in the most efficient and effective way and you will be able to save money on utility bills and future repairs. The life of your oven will be also be extended.

We make sure, all your queries are heard and all your concerns get noticed.

LOOK AND LISTEN

Become familiar with the sights and sounds of self-cleaners. The next time your oven self-cleaner is ready for a clean cycle, take a close look. Notice the appearance of the food soil before cleaning. See how the oven door latching mechanism works. Listen to the click of a solenoid, the whir of the latching motor, and the feel of the latch as the door is closed. Watch the clean and lock lights sequence. On some ovens, you may hear a cooling fan quietly pulling fresh air under exterior panels, thug lowering surface temperatures. A few minutes spent in such observation may provide a hot clue to pinpoint a future problem.