Stove & Oven Repair

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(908) 224-3631

It is not possible to cook in your kitchen with a broken oven or stove. You should call for oven repair ASAP or else there will not be time to whip up a nutritious dinner. We do not want your house to be hungry! That’s why we are happy to offer same-day oven and stove repair in Elizabeth, NJ.

Elizabeth Appliance Repair is here to fix all common stove, oven and range problems on name brands and models of appliance. Our team has the experience, training and tools to complete the job in their original appointment. Plus, we load our vans with manufacturer replacement parts for popular appliance brands and offer all customers a warranty on parts and labor. It’s our plan to repair your broken oven well before dinner!



For an electric stove does not ignite, ensure the stove is plugged in and that all circuit breakers are switched on. You need to check the pilot light on gas models. If the appliance is plugged in or if the pilot light is on, that means a different part of the appliance will have to be repaired. The cause of the issue might be the surface element, infinite switch, oven igniter or bake and broil element.


A stove or burner that does not heat does not do much. An oven doesn’t heat if there is a broken bake element or oven sensor. A burner does not heat if an element is broken or the burner switch or terminal block do not work. We can fix these problems in no more than 1-2 hours after our arrival.


You can assume the control board on a stove is broken when the program or timer functions don’t work. If that’s the case, we are able to repair control panels for Sears, GE, LG, KitchenAid, Kenmore and several other brands of ranges, stoves and ovens. We offer a warranty on all of the control panels and manufacturer parts we need for this type of oven repair service.


You need a hot oven. Although not too hot! If the oven heat is out of control, it might be due to a problem with the sensor or thermostat. Our technicians are able to identify the reason for the issue and fix it. But be careful when troubleshooting this issue for fear of skin burns from the high and unpredictable heat source.


A common stove problem is that an igniter will glow but it won’t light. The cause is from a broken safety valve, electronic control, surface igniter or temperature sensor. We determine if we are able to fix these parts or if we will have to replace the parts.


Newer self-cleaning ovens are known to experience door problems. The door does not open after the oven is done cleaning itself. We monitor the door closure, thermostat and seal to troubleshoot why the door will not open up and then complete the necessary repair in order to fix the problem.