It's often said the kitchen is the heart of the home, so it's no wonder that we rely so heavily on the important function of our ovens, stoves and ranges everyday. When your oven, stovetop or range can't handle the heat, give TechCare Appliance Repair a call. Our professional technicians can install and repair any make and model of cooking appliance.
Gas or electric, standalone or combination, conventional or convection, old or new; At TechCare we pride ourselves on being able to repair any make or model with fast, affordable and efficient precision. We also repair self cleaning ovens, warming drawers and steam ovens. There is no charge if we visit your home and cannot fix your problem! Call us today for your free quote.
All of our fridge repair services (parts and labour) are fully guaranteed and we only use brand specific parts direct from the original manufacturer (OEM parts) for all our repairs. This gives you the best quality repair, longest warranty and peace of mind.
Electric Ovens work using heating elements that are powered by your home's regular electric outlets. Electric ovens tend to be cheaper to buy, but run at a higher overall cost. Electric rates in Vancouver, and throughout BC are only going up. Electric ovens are easier to maintain, clean and achieve more even cooking temperatures.
We repair both conventional and convection ovens. From tripping fuses to heating elements and fans our professional technicians have experience repairing conventional and convection ovens.
Conventional ovens have no internal fans. They use heating elements to get the oven to its correct cooking temperature. A convection oven (also called “fan-forced” ovens) has fans. The fans are used to circulate air. The air flow inside a convection oven helps cooks the food faster and more evenly.
If one or more of the surface elements won't torn on or won't turn off the problems is either with the surface element or with the switch – in both cases it is an easy repair and performed in less than an hour.
Not heating oven is the most common problem, the cause of this could be a burned fuse or a faulty relay board. There are cases where the main control board may be the reason for a not heating oven. If it is a gas oven most of the time the problem is with the igniter.
When your oven is not keeping the right temperature or not reaching it, the problem is probably with the temperature control thermostat. Sometimes a temperature sensor might be faulty causing the temperature to be not accurate in the oven. A faulty control board is one of the reasons for this problem as well.
Oven won't turn on due to a faulty thermal fuse that trips if the oven overheats, if it is blown the oven won't turn on at all. One of the relays on the relay control might be faulty as well, in that case a new board is required. A faulty main control board is a common cause as well.
There are a few main culprits and most likely its the spark ignition switch. Each element has a spark ignition switch. Check the spark ignition switches with a multimeter at all positions to test for continuity.
If your ovens fan is always running it is most likely an issue with the oven control board or a thermostat.
If the oven door is locked (usually after self cleaning) the problem in most cases is with the door switch and it needs to be replaced. Sometimes a faulty main control board is the reason for the door being locked.