Range & Oven Repair Bettendorf, IA
Also Serving Davenport, Iowa City, Muscatine, Rock Island, & Moline.
A range that won’t light or an oven that bakes unevenly can spell disaster for a big meal. Our range and oven repair Bettendorf experts can fix the problem fast!
The Maughanster Appliance Repair technicians work on a long list of major and high-end units. We service all configurations, from wall ovens to freestanding ranges and beyond.
Call us for fast range and oven repair in Bettendorf. We’ll have you and your oven cookin’ in no time!
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Major Brand Range & Oven Repair Bettendorf Experts
Don’t let a broken oven or range spoil your appetite. Contact us for reliable service on standard and luxury brands, including Whirlpool, Maytag, JennAir, Wolf, and more.
Our oven repair Bettendorf technicians keep their service vehicles stocked with common parts for a long list of brands. This means faster repairs for you — often in as little as one trip.
Don’t see your brand listed here? Give us a call and we’ll let you know if we service your brand.
Slide-In Range | Freestanding Range | Wall Oven | Double Oven | Gas & Electric
Range & Oven Repair & Maintenance Tips
Gas range clicking after burners off?
If your gas range clicks constantly even when the burners are turned off, there may be food and moisture around the igniters.
Excess debris from drips and spills can become lodged in the igniters. Use an unfolded paper clip to clear any clogs and wipe up spills ASAP.
Oven not heating up?
There are several possible reasons why your oven isn’t heating properly. A common reason is a burned out heating element.
Inspect the bake and broil elements for signs of damage: chars, cracks, or blisters. If you notice damage, you’ll need to replace the faulty element. If this doesn’t fix the problem, call our oven repair Bettendorf technicians for help.
Stove element not getting hot?
When your coil surface element won’t heat up, the fix may be very simple: check to see if it’s pushed securely into the socket.
If that isn’t the issue, you could have a faulty surface element board or switch. The problem could also be due to loose or burnt wire connections.
FAQ: Why does my Whirlpool oven take so long to preheat?
Ovens should take anywhere from 10-20 minutes to pre-heat, depending on your particular model.
If it seems like your Whirlpool oven takes too long to preheat, there are a few different factors that could cause this common problem:
- Unused racks in the oven – remove racks you don’t need.
- Open oven door – avoid opening and closing the oven door during the preheat phase.
- Larger capacity – the larger the oven, the longer it will take to preheat.
- Hidden bake element – this feature can lead to long oven preheat times.
- Low voltage – 208V takes longer to preheat than 240V, but performance is not affected.