Stove & Oven Repair

stove repair gaithersburg

(301) 281-6966

It’s not possible to cook in your kitchen with a broken oven or stove. You should schedule oven repair right away or there won’t be time to cook a tasty supper. We don’t want everyone in your home to be hungry! That is why we are happy to provide same-day appointments for stove and oven repair in Gaithersburg, MD.

Gaithersburg Appliance Repair will troubleshoot and repair all common stove, oven and range problems on all name brands and models of appliance. Our team has the tools and training to complete the job during their first visit. We load vans with manufacturer replacement parts for major appliance brands and offer a 1-year warranty on parts and labor. It’s our hope to repair your broken oven in enough time for dinner!



When an electric stove won’t ignite, first check if the stove is plugged in and all circuit breakers are on. You should check the pilot light for gas stoves. If the appliance power cord is plugged in and the pilot light is on in the oven, it means a different part of the appliance will have to be fixed. The cause of the problem could be an surface element, infinite switch, burner igniter or bake and broil element.


A stove or burner that doesn’t produce heat doesn’t do much. Your oven doesn’t heat when there’s a broken oven sensor or bake element. Your burner will not fire up when an element is broken or the burner switch or the terminal block do not work. We can repair these problems in under 1-2 hours after we arrive.


You can assume the control panel on an oven is broken if the timer or program functions aren’t working. In this case, we are able to replace control panels for LG, Sears, GE, KitchenAid, Kenmore and several other brands of ranges, stoves and ovens. We provide a warranty on control boards and replacement parts we install for this type of oven repair service.


You always need a hot oven. But not too hot! When the heat is too hot, it could be due to a broken sensor or thermostat. Our repairmen can find the cause of the issue and fix it. Just be careful when troubleshooting this problem for fear of skin burns from the high and totally unpredictable heat.


A common stove problem is that an igniter will glow but it does not light. The cause is from either a broken safety valve, electronic control, surface igniter or temperature sensor. We determine whether we can fix these parts or if we have to replace the part.


Newer self-cleaning models of ovens are known to have door issues. The door doesn’t open after the oven is done cleaning itself. We inspect the door latch, thermostat and seal to find out why the door does not open up and then we complete the necessary repair so we can correct the problem.