An oven is one of those appliances that is used nearly every day and during the winter it can be used even more often. When it is not working properly the meals that you have planned to cook may not come out the way that you want them to. No one likes burnt meatloaf and it is safe to eat undercooked chicken. Taking time to cook for your family is a great way to show them you love them and to treat them to a home cooked meal. When your oven stops working right it can go from a pleasant family dinner to a stressful night.
Southwest Appliance Repairs has some tips on what can be wrong with your oven and how it can be fixed:
True Temperature: Did you know that when ovens all over the United States were tested, it was found that even though they were all set for the same temperature they varied by up to 90 degrees! If you bake or cook anything this can be an alarming statistic. If you give a friend a recipe and they call to say it burned, it really may not be your fault in the way the directions were given! The way that you can eliminate the guessing game as to what the temperature is, is to add an internal temperature gauge. This hangs on one of the shelves and will tell you the temperature inside rather then what you set it to.
Not Heating: This can be a problem that means several different things. When you turn on the oven to cook and after the preheat you notice that the oven isn’t heated up, you may not have any idea what is going on. One of the things that it could be is that the gas that is heating the oven could be turned off. The gas company has to look into it and if that is not the problem you need to look further. The oven could have a faulty heater and it needs to be looked at by a professional appliance repairman.
No Power At All: This is a problem that could mean that the unit is out and needs to be replaced. The best way to determine this is to have a professional repairman out to look for the problem so that it can be fixed.
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Southwest Appliance Repair can be out fixing your appliances and have you back to cooking in no time at all.