Local Cooker & Oven Repairs (2023)

Worcester & Surrounding Areas

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Local appliance engineers covering all of Worcester and the surrounding areas.

Including Hallow, Fernhill Heath, Lower Broadheath, Kempsey, Droitwich, Great Malvern, Wychbold, Pershore, Upton upon Severn + many more.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much will my repair cost?

Let us diagnose the problem with your appliance and tell you if it needs any parts. This way you can find out the total cost before committing to a repair. If we can repair your appliance then we we'll give you a fixed price. This includes all callout, labour and any subsequent visits. If you decide you don't want to go ahead we'll only charge for the callout. For a super fast response, you can book your repair online and an engineer will be assigned right away.

How quickly can you repair my cooker?

We understand that being without the cooker can make it difficult to run a household. Our engineers operate throughout the entire Worcester area so we can often get engineers to you with a same-day or next-day appointment. Call our friendly team now on 01905 917020 to book your repair.

Do you cover my area in Worcester?

We cover ALL of Worcester and also the outskirts, including: Hallow, Fernhill Heath, Lower Broadheath, Kempsey, Droitwich, Great Malvern, Wychbold, Pershore, Upton upon Severn & many more.

Book your repair online or call us on 01905 917020.

We're open until 8pm

01905 917020

Lines open until 8pm on weekdays, and 2pm on Saturdays

We can repair all major brands

  • Fixed Price Callout & Labour
  • In many cases parts aren’t required.
  • All labour & callout included
  • No charges for return visits to fit parts.
  • Same-Day & Next-Day Appointments
  • No Upfront Payments – Pay when the job is done.

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Why choose us for your electric cooker repair?

We offer a quick and convenient electric cooker repair service in Worcester. Our rates are highly competitive and repairs are carried out by our network of reliable and experienced local engineers.

We will always send an engineer that has experience repairing your specific make of electric cooker. Our oven engineers are able to provide quick diagnosis and source parts at unbeatable prices.

Our engineer will conduct your oven repair as quickly and efficiently as possible. Speak with our team to see when one of our appliance engineers can get to you.

Our Coverage Area

Here is a map of our appliance repair coverage area for Worcester. Please note that if you live on the outskirts of this radius then please get in touch with us first to double check that we can attend your property within 48 hours. Attendance for the very outer edges will need to coincide with our other visits in the same area. Call our friendly booking team on 01905 917020 to find out if our Worcester appliance engineers are able to visit your address today.

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Electric Cooker Repairs

Common Faults & Troubleshooting

If the kitchen is the heart of the home, then the electric cooker is the central nervous system. Cooking for a family means the electric cooker is possibly the most used appliance in your kitchen, apart from maybe your refrigerator. As with all household appliances, even the best ones, things can go wrong. When they do, you want them fixed fast. Here are some common faults and how to deal with them.

The Oven Isn’t Heating

You’ve just put a succulent roast in the oven and you realise the oven is cold. You wait a few minutes and open the door again, only to find the oven still isn’t heating. So much for your lovely baked dinner.

What You Can Do

  • Reset your circuit box. Sometimes, problems with appliances are the result of a circuitry problem.
  • Check the clock settings and the timer

Leave It For The Experts

  • One of the most common problems with an oven that won’t heat is a blown element. This will need to be replaced by an expert so call us today and we’ll send one of our engineers as quickly as possible.

The Oven Keeps Overheating

Many delicious meals rely on precise temperatures and exact cooking time so if your food is coming out of the oven hopelessly overcooked, and possibly a little blacker than it should be, your problem could be a thermostat that isn’t functioning.

What You Can Do

  • Check the oven temperature with a thermometer at frequent intervals to see if the temperature is maintained

Leave It For The Experts

  • If your thermostat needs to be recalibrated, this is not really a DIY project. If it is not done correctly, you may make the situation worse. Call in an expert to ensure it’s done right.
  • Element connectors will need to be tested by a professional repairer
  • The thermostat and heating elements may need to be checked and possibly replaced. Call us today and have our engineers check your oven for you.

Your Electric Cooker Is Not Working, Or Only Sporadically

You’ve got a pan and several pots on the stove top as you whip up a feast for your family. You are met with nothing. The burners don’t seem to be working or, if they do, they appear to be doing so sporadically. One minute all is fine, the next you have radio silence from your cooker.

What You Can Do

  • Check your circuit breaker for a blown fuse or jumped circuit switch
  • Make sure the power cord is correctly plugged in

Leave It For The Experts

  • Have the electrical outlet checked to ensure it has a viable current
  • Get rid of the extension cord and have your electric cooker connected directly to a power source that is in built. Call us today and have our engineers do this for you.
  • Have all of your electric cookers connectors thoroughly inspected.

Food Cooks Unevenly

If your cake is overcooked on one side and undercooked on the other, you have a serious problem with your oven. If you have a fan forced oven, the most likely fault is that the fan is no longer working.

What You Can Do

  • Call us today and arrange an engineer to come inspect your oven. If you still need to finish cooking, turn the food around at regular intervals so that you will get some semblance of an evenly cooked dish.

Leave It For The Experts

  • Our engineers are fully trained and skilled so replacing a broken oven fan is simple for them. While they are working on your oven, ask them to check the rest of your electric cooker to ensure you won’t be surprised by another problem anytime soon.

The Exterior Of The Oven Is Excessively Hot

If you happen to lean on your electric cooker while you’re baking and feel like you’ve almost been burned, the door’s seal gasket may be worn out our frayed. Not only is this a potential for serious harm to family members in the vicinity around your oven, it also means you are losing a lot of heat and energy. Your electricity bill will increase and it will be hard to maintain a good temperature to cook.

What You Can Do

  • Inspect the door’s seal gasket and call us immediately if it looks worn.

Leave It For The Experts

  • Changing an oven’s door seal gasket may not seem complicated, but unless it is secured exactly right, you will not have a proper seal for your oven. It may also mean the new seal gasket will need replacing again, sooner than expected.

The Oven Door Won't Close Properly

If you can’t close your oven door properly, your oven loses precious heat and your food won’t cook properly. All that escaping heat can also pose a risk to anyone passing by, especially small children.

What You Can Do

  • Check the door seal gasket. If it looks worn, call us today and one of our engineers will replace it for you.
  • Adjust the door springs. Many people like to remove the oven door when it needs cleaner and sometimes don’t put it back properly. Check the springs and make sure the door is properly aligned again.

Leave It For The Experts

  • If the door seal gasket or springs look damaged, call our engineers to come and fix that for you.
  • If your door looks completely misaligned, our engineers can find the problem and fix it for you.

Indicator lights on an electric cooker may not affect the performance of the cooker, but you run the risk of leaving burners or the oven on, long after you’ve finished cooking. These indicator light, or lights, will need to be replaced so you don’t leave your electric cooker on for hours or days. Think of the electricity bill.

What You Can Do

  • Changing an indicator light bulb is as simple as changing any light bulb. If you can get to the bulb easily, go ahead and change it yourself.

Leave It For The Experts

  • If your indicator light bulb is in a difficult to reach area, or you need to remove any of the panels of your electric cooker, leave it for the experts. An exposed panel reveals a lot of wiring and you may do your cooker some serious damage. Worse, you may injury yourself.
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