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If your stove burners are not heating pilot light doesn’t stay on, or if you have any other issues with your stove, you need the help of a professional technician. Simply call our Charlotte toll free number and we will take care set up an appointment to solve your stove problems. We are available any day of the week, 24 hours a day for any stove repairs in Charlotte at:
For parts only: 800-370-9281
Please note that all purchased stove parts are shipped directly to you
We repair all stove brands such as:
Magic Chef Stoves
Montgomery Wards Stoves
Jenn Air Stoves
Kitchen Aid Stoves
Speed Queen Stoves
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If you need a stove repair in Charlotte, our service area covers all of Charlotte and the surrounding areas. Please view the complete list below:
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Read on for information about how to extend the life of your stove and how to used in the most efficient way - which will save you money on your utility bills. Do keep in mind that the information is purely for informational purposes. We are not suggesting that you do the stove repairs yourself. All stove repairs require experience, special tools, and professional training. And repairing gas or electric systems can be extremely dangerous if you don't have the knowledge or experience that is essential to do the job. For experienced, professional stove help call us any time a day, seven days a week at the following number:
STOVE COOKING SAFELY
Use only dry pot holders. Damp pot holder transmits heat. Also avoid using dish towels. They're not thick enough to protect you. Dress safely when you cook. A loose sleeve could hook a pot handle, or a dangling scarf could brush a burner. Wear close fitting clothes or an apron.
IF YOU SMELL GAS
If you smell a heavy gas odor, immediate turn off any stove flames, open the windows and doors, and get everyone out of the house. If your stove's shutoff valve isn't within easy reach, turn off your home main gas shutoff valve at the meter or liquefied petroleum gas tank. Do not touch a light switch, pick up a telephone, or make any electrical connection that could create a spark. If you need light, use a flashlight. Report the stove leak to your gas company or your gas supplier from a neighbor's telephone. The shutoff valve on a gas range or oven is located near the point where the gas line enters—usually under the cook-top. If yours isn't there, consult your stove owner's manual or call your appliance dealer. On some stove models it's under the broiler drawer if you notice a faint scent of gas, check for a stove burner flame or a pilot light that has blown out. Check the oven also. If you're not cooking, probably a stove pilot light has gone out. Turn off any flames and air out the room. Relight the stove burner or pilot only after all gas odor is gone. If any odor persists after you've aired out the room, turn off the gas at your home's main shutoff valve and call your gas company.
• Use the right size pot on the stove burner. A six-inch pot on an eight-inch burner wastes over 40% of the heat produced by the burner.
• Use flat bottom pans for better heat transfer.
• Cover pots and pans to keep heat in.
• Double up steam vegetables over the pasta water.
• Check the oven door gasket.
• Keep burners clean.
• Keep stove top reflectors clean.
• Inspect the oven wall insulation, especially if it has been in storage for a while.
• Minimize pre-heating time. Most ovens take only ten minutes or so to heat up.
• Use a meat thermometer to avoid overcooking.
• Water will not get any hotter after it's boiled turn boiling water off
• Allow sufficient air circulation inside the oven avoid using foil on the racks, don't overfill the oven, stagger multiple pans.
• Avoid opening the oven door while it's on.
• If you keep an electric coffee maker on all day, try an insulated carafe instead
• Food continues to cook after the heat is turned off and the food is removed from the oven. Turn off the oven a few minutes early and use residual heat to finish the job.
• Use the stove hood exhaust fan to remove excess moisture produced by cooking.
• Use a crock pot for soups or stews that need long simmering times.
• Pressure cookers reduce cooking times.
• Use a microwave oven to reduce overall cooking energy consumption.
• Avoid using foil around stove burners as it can block air flow and reduce efficiency.
Please note that this information is for your own educational
purposes and we aren’t suggesting tips for doing-it-yourself
stove repairs. Repairing and servicing stove units requires knowledge,
training and experience. Trying to fix something that you are not
familiar with can be costly and, more important, dangerous for your
safety. For any stove repairs in Charlotte City call us 24/7 at
our toll free line: