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Stove won't heat to the right temperature

Issue description:

If, when the electric stove is turned on, it does not react in any way and does not heat up, and the indicator lamps do not light up, we can talk about the lack of power supply. First of all, you need to check if there is voltage in the outlet. This can be done with a multimeter. If everything is in order with him, then the problem is in the electric stove itself. The next step is checking the surebet. It must be disassembled and inspected for damage. Then the wire connecting the device to the mains is checked. If necessary, damaged parts are replaced with new ones.

Another, but no less common reason is a malfunction with the switch, due to which the electric stove simply stops turning on. Since it is difficult to fix due to the difficulty of putting the springs in place, it is recommended to buy a new device. You can put it on your own, but it is better to contact a specialist. In the store you need to buy a completely similar model.

The burners do not heat up well. If the indicators are on, and the hob heats up, but does not reach the required temperature, the problem must be looked for in the heating element - heating element. Most likely, a coil has burned out there, which requires replacement. Another likely reason why the electric stove does not heat well is a wire that accidentally disconnected from the burner. Sometimes the hob does not heat up enough due to a broken power switch.

The temperature is not correct. If the temperature control knob is turned to full power, but the stove does not heat up to the desired temperature, the root of the problem must be found either in the spiral or in the switch. The diagnostic methods are the same as for weak heating of the burner: using a multimeter, we ring the circuits, then check the switches.

Stove won't heat to the right temperature

Solution:

First of all, it is recommended to visually inspect all wires and contact points. Burned-out wiring must be replaced, tighten the nuts. If that's okay, you'll need a multimeter. Using this device, you need to check the chains of the burner spirals. If a break is found, you will have to replace the burner with a new one. Our specialists will select a suitable spare part and quickly install it in place of the broken one.

A broken hotplate or switch just needs to be replaced with a new one. If you need help with stove repair near me, call us right now!

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