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EXPERT RANGE AND STOVE REPAIR
Whether you need electric or gas stove repair, Sears Home Services can help. We have over 3,500 appliance service techs nationwide to serve you. Sears technicians repaired over 300,000 cooking appliances in the past year. Our technicians are appliance repair experts who you can trust for service on top range and stove brands like GE, Frigidaire, Kenmore and Samsung.
Choose the nationwide leader in appliance repair to fix your range when you encounter a failure.
Did you know Sears Home Services fixes most major appliances, including refrigerators, televisions, and HVAC systems? See everything we repair.
Prevent costly breakdowns, reduce energy costs and extend the life of your range by scheduling a Sears technician to perform annual preventive maintenance.
Find the parts and accessories you need to keep your range in top shape at Sears PartsDirect.
WHY SEARS HOME SERVICES?
Average of 4,000,000+ homes serviced/year. Over 1,000,000 5-star ratings.
Free parts and labor if the problem recurs within 90 days.
3,500+ manufacturer-trained technicians with 10+ years of experience.
QUALITY PARTS FOR HUNDREDS OF BRANDS
Repairs for most major brands, no matter where you bought it.
We repair most major stove and range brands
No matter where you bought it, we can fix it. We repair most major brands, makes, and models.
Sears Home Services is the only nationally authorized Kenmore service provider.
FAQ & TIPS
• Freestanding gas stoves
• Freestanding electric stoves
• Slide-in gas ranges
• Slide-in electric ranges
• Drop-in gas ranges
• Drop-in electric ranges
• Freestanding induction ranges
• Slide-in induction ranges
Range repairs vary by type of stove. Gas stoves need repairs when burners won’t ignite or the stovetop clicks constantly. Electric ranges need service when surface elements don’t heat or the glass stovetop is cracked. When your stove is giving you trouble, our local repair technicians are ready to assist.
The average range repair can cost around $240. Replacing a temperature sensor can cost as little as $180, while glass stovetop replacement typically costs more than $600. Fixing surface burners are the most common type of repair — costing an average of $220.
When the range is less than 10 years old and the repair cost is less than half the cost of buying a new range, it’s typically more economical to repair it. It’s almost always worth it to repair a range that’s less than 5 years old, because the stove will likely last for many more years after it’s repaired.
When your range isn’t working like it should, schedule an appointment with a highly trained, local Sears stove specialist.
DIY QUICK FIXES: STOVE & RANGE TROUBLESHOOTING
Typical Stove and Range Repair Fixes
The cause could be a burner clogged up with a spill. If the flow of gas is restricted, the igniter can’t light the gas to produce the flame.
A qualified technician can check for loose connections in the igniter electrode and safely clean the burner holes. If your gas range still won’t light after the burner and igniter are both cleaned, it might require replacement of the igniter or the igniter control module. The igniter control module is usually located on the back of the range or below the control panel.
The problem could be the surface element, element receptacle, or infinate switch. A qualified technician might also check the wiring and make any necessary repairs.
An experienced technician can establish which gas burner has the problem by listening for the click of the igniter when each knob is turned. If a clicking sound is not heard when the burner knob is turned, the cause may be a wire that has become detached between the igniter and the control module. If the wires are attached and the igniter doesn’t spark, the igniter is likely faulty and will need to be replaced.
Still having problems? Schedule a repair.
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Very pleased with service,
KATHY T, HEMET, CA
Thursday, September 29
It was refreshing having someone who understood what was going on and gave me the help I needed
COREY L, NEWCASTLE, CA
Sunday, September 25
Tech service excellent. Scheduling timing inconvenient. I never know approximately the time technician will arrive. I had to wait the whole day for tech to arrive.
CARMEN O, ELLICOTT CITY, MD
Tuesday, September 20
Fantastic service by great service technician
I cannot say enough about Logan Anderson's service inspection of my gas range. He is the best technician I have ever had for large appliances. I want to write a recommendation commending him for his excellent performance and he needs to be promoted to the Lead Management Technician with the salary raise that goes with the promotion.
CAROLINE B, ROSEVILLE, CA
Sunday, September 11
Did an excellent job diagnosing the problem and fixing it immediately
MICHELE M, EAST ELMHURST, NY
Sunday, September 11
I really didn’t want to call a repair service, but I am glad I called GE.
JCjc, HAMPTON, VA
Sunday, September 11
Super friendly, polite, and respectful
ELLEN M, HUDSONVILLE, MI
Wednesday, September 7
Kind and knowledgeable repair man. Thank you so much.
JULIE B, CARRIER MLS, IL
Monday, September 5
He got to my home on time and was very meticulous about every aspect of his job.
MARY S, DANVERS, IL
Sunday, September 4
Gio from premier was amazing. He saw the problem right away & fixed it. Very professional, respectful, knowledgeable & he explained everything. I am very happy with the service
MARY E, SEA CLIFF, NY
Saturday, September 3
Personable and honest
Checked stove for faulty burner but explained why repair was not necessary
CONNIE S, UNION, MO
Friday, September 2
Professional and Thorough
Mike was efficient and professional. Certainly would call him again.
CODY P, SPRING, TX
Thursday, September 1
The technician is polite and he did a good job
NANCY P, RIVERDALE, GA
Sunday, August 21
Same as review on washer/dryer same appointment
CHERYL P, PASADENA, CA
Saturday, August 20
Again great service
We had the same company service last year. We are very satisfied.
ROSEMARY C, PT CHARLOTTE, FL
Sunday, August 14
This is a first time for the range and it turned out very well.
JOHN B, LAS VEGAS, NV
Saturday, August 13
Repaired range Ignitor.
ALICE H, NEW YORK, NY
Sunday, August 7
Phenomenal Service and Courtesy!
The A&E technician that came to my home to service my 5 appliances was GREAT!
MICHAEL B, LAS VEGAS, NV
Saturday, August 6
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For other common oven problems, like the light not working or the oven not turning on, you usually have to call in a professional, says Billy Ganem, a field support engineer at Sears in Round Rock, Texas. Here he helps you diagnose the most common oven problems and offers help on how to solve them.
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Are you more of a fridge or a washing machine? OK, so you’ve probably never thought of yourself relating to any of your appliances, but stick with us.
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Each of your appliances helps keep your household up and running and takes care of you and your family in a different way — from cooking homemade meals to cleaning your clothes — just like the different members of your family.
By answering a series of personality and preference questions, you’ll be led to one of four results: fridge, range, washing machine or dryer. Your results will share what that says about your personality — both the good and the bad.
Take the quiz now to find out which appliance you are (and what that means for you and your family).
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Get rid of the grime on your stovetop and oven. Best of all, it won’t take long — not with these oven cleaning tips from Dan Montgomery, an advanced diagnostics specialist with Sears in Round Rock, Texas.
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Think of all your range does for you, helping you cook meals and treats for your family. But when was the last time you cleaned your oven? How about your stovetop burners? If you can’t remember, the time has come to show your range some love.
Whether you’re looking for ways to finally degrease your stovetop or discover if those cleaning hacks you’ve seen online really work, we’ve compiled the best tips and maintenance tricks for your stove and oven. Dare we say after watching these videos that you’ll actually want to clean?