Stove, Range and Oven Repair
are the days of the kerosene stoves and other mundane stoves. There is a
whole new range of kitchen gas and electronic stoves and ovens that are
handy and much easier to use than their earlier counterparts. They are
even much more fuss free when cleaning and maintaining them on a daily
basis. But as with every electronic or gas appliance, these gas and
electric stoves and ovens too need regular repair and servicing.
Electric and gas stove and oven repair services are offered by almost
all the repair shops that have appliance repair services. So in case
you’re stove or oven are giving you a bit of trouble, call up an stove
and oven repair serviceman, without any further delay.
If you need to have someone repair your stove or oven, call us at 918-355-4545 and we will have a stove and oven repair person contact you
promptly to assist you with your problem. Our customers are our greatest
asset and your recommendation to your friends is you’re your greatest
compliment to us.
How an Electric Range Works
a range, stove or oven, the principle for heating and temperature
control is the same. Electricity flows through an element which, because
of electrical resistance, gives off heat. The more electricity applied,
the more heat generated. The temperature control works like a dimmer to
increase or decrease the flow of electricity. It is called an infinite
switch because it is infinitely variable.
stove consists of several burners, usually four, each with an
individually controlled heating element. The heating element is an
electrical wire insulated by a nonconductive sheath. The heat passes
through the sheath but electricity does not, that is why you don't get
shocked when you touch a pot on the stove. When a problem occurs with a
burner, it is usually a defective element, defective switch or a loose
connection. They are very simple circuits and that makes them easy to
top cooking surfaces put a sheet of glass between the heating elements
and the cookware. Some of these stoves feature instant heat surfaces in
which the heating element is augmented by a halogen light. Some stoves
use enclosed or ceramic elements to improve the look of the cook top.
Those elements are functionally the same standard elements except they
are encased in ceramic material.
oven typically has a baking element and a broiling element. These two
elements are controlled by an oven selector switch and/or a temperature
control. They work in the same way as a stove's burner with the
exception that a thermostat monitors the temperature and opens the
circuit when the temperature reaches the limit set on the temperature
control. When the temperature drops to a preset point, roughly 20
degrees, the circuit is closed and the element heats up again.
oven's inner shell is typically enameled steel. Outside of the shell is
a layer of insulation to prevent the high temperatures generated in the
oven from being transmitted to its outer surface.
use a clock and timer to aid in cooking and to control features such as
the self-cleaning mechanism. Many ovens have an interior light, which
may go on when the door is opened and/or manually via a switch.
ovens are just an oven with a fan inside, it's that simple. But the fan
significantly improves the function of the oven. The circulation of the
air inside the oven results in faster, more even baking.
self-cleaning oven burns off the residue in the oven by heating up to
roughly 700 degrees. A timer turns off the heat but usually will not
allow the door to be unlatched until the temperature has dropped to a
safe level. Never attempt to open an oven during a self-cleaning cycle
or before it has sufficiently cooled down. For the self-cleaning feature
to work, the door must be latched closed.
How a Gas Range Works
gas oven or a range as it is commonly called is a compact unit of four
burners on the top and an oven which works on gas. Heat for cooking is
produced by burning the correct mixture of gas and air.
supply of LPG gas enters from the cylinder and is carried to the
burner. In the 'mixture tube' the gas mixes with air. As gas comes out
of the holes of the burner, it mixes with more air and as soon as a
source of light is applied e.g. a matchstick or lighter, the mixture is
ignited, and it is ready for cooking. Usually there are four burners and
the flame can be increased or decreased by a knob.
oven burner is situated in the oven bottom. Setting the oven thermostat
to a required temperature activates the burner and it works on the same
principle as above. The air opening in the oven bottom spreads the heat
and as the desired temperature is achieved the burner automatically
oven requires pre-heating as it takes time for the oven to reach a
pre-determined temperature. But a timer and automatic temperature
control mechanism makes it very convenient to use. Not only it costs
less to use than electric appliance but retains heats for up to 15
minutes so that it can be used like a food warmer.
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