Stove & Oven Repair

stove repair albany

(229) 206-9222

It’s not possible to cook in your kitchen with a broken oven or stove. You should call for stove repair fast or there won’t be time to whip up a delicious dinner. We do not want everyone in your house to go hungry! That is the reason we are delighted to provide same-day stove and oven repair in Albany, GA.

Albany Appliance Repair helps to troubleshoot and repair oven, range and stove issues on major brands and models. Our technicians have the experience, tools and training to complete the service in their first scheduled appointment. We also load up our vans with parts for popular appliance brands and offer customers a 1-year warranty on parts and labor. It’s our goal to fix your broken stove in plenty of time for dinner!



For an electric stove won’t ignite, first check if the appliance power cord is plugged in and if all circuit breakers are switched on. You need to check the pilot light for gas appliances. If the stove is plugged in or if the pilot light is burning, it means another part will need to be replaced. The reason for the problem might be the surface element, infinite switch, oven igniter or broil and bake element.


A stove or burner that doesn’t produce heat will not do much good. Your oven will not heat when there’s a broken oven sensor or bake element. Your burner will not turn on when an element is broken or if the burner switch or the terminal block don’t work. We know how to troubleshoot and fix these common problems in less than 1-2 hours after our arrival.


It is safe to assume the control panel on a stove or oven is broken when the timer or program settings don’t work. If that’s the case, we know how to fix control boards for LG, Sears, GE, KitchenAid, Kenmore and most other brands and models of stoves, ovens and ranges. We provide a warranty on control boards and the parts we need for this type of stove repair service.


You should have a hot oven. Although not too hot! When the heat is too hot, it could be due to a problem with the thermostat or sensor. Our appliance repairmen know how to find the cause of the problem and repair it. Be careful when troubleshooting this issue for fear of body burns from the high and unpredictable heat.


A reoccurring stove problem is that an igniter glows but does not light. The cause is sometimes from either a broken safety valve, electronic control, surface igniter or temperature sensor. We will determine if we can fix these parts or if we need to replace the parts.


New self-cleaning models of ovens are known to experience door problems. The door won’t open after the cleaning cycle. We monitor the door latch, thermostat and seal to troubleshoot why the door will not open up and then complete the necessary repair in order to resolve the problem.