Electrician for Stove Repairs: Stoves, Ovens, Cooktops, Elements, Lights, Timer & Wiring
Stoves with an electrical fault can make cooking a frustrating experience. Stoves differ greatly in age, make, style and functionality. However, the faults people experience are quite common and often require an electrician to test the power supply, connection, switch, element, circuit breaker, fuse and operation.
Common Stove Faults
- One element doesn’t work at all
- All elements not going
- Element not heating up
- Oven isn’t heating up
- Oven light not working
- Oven timer not working
- Stove clock isn’t working
- Stove power outlet/socket not working
- Oven temperature incorrect
Common Stove Brands we Repair
Sometimes it is uneconomic to repair a stove. Furthermore, at times stoves simply can’t be repaired. When this is the case two replacement options present themselves; a brand new unit or a reconditioned unit. For people wanting an affordable option, a reconditioned unit can be an excellent choice as they often also come with a warranty. Those wanted the extra piece of mind of longer warranty terms, a brand new stove many be a better option. Stoves are wired to the power supply, so either option will require a registered electrician to install the stove.
Our Auckland wide team of registered master electricians are experienced with repairs and servicing a wide range of whiteware appliances; stoves, ovens and stove top elements.
Need an Electrician for your Stove Repair Requirements?
Hall Electrical can assist you with your electrical fault, repair and installation. Call us on 09 379 9198