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If your oven isn’t getting hot enough or just doesn’t come on, we are free to offer a resolution for your oven issue immediately. Just call our toll free number and we will take care of the rest, whether advising you what to do or setting up an appointment to diagnose and fix the issue. We are available any time of day or night to help you with your Spokane Oven Repair at:

509 207-7138

For parts only: 800-370-9281

Please note that all purchased oven parts are shipped directly to you.

We repair all oven models and brands in Spokane:

Speed Queen
Admiral
Amana
Kitchen Aid
Tappan
Thermador
Brown
Amana

Whirlpool
Sub Zero
Sears
Jenn Air
Hotpoint
GE
Frigidaire
Magic Chef

Speed Queen
Maytag
Hotpoint
GE
Roper
White Westinghouse
Kenmore
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Our service area for oven repairs includes Spokane and the adjoining areas. Please see our service area list below to check whether we provide service where you live:

Spokane
Spokane Valley
City of Spokane Valley
Shadle Garland
Valleyford
Sunset Hill
Liberty Park
Liberty Lake
Manito
Waverly
Marshall
Rockford
Veradale
Chattaroy
Deer Par

Fairfield
Four Lakes
Greenacres
Newman Lake
Medical Lake
Otis Orchards
Airway Heights
Nine Mile Falls
Spangle
Newport
Colbert
Fairchild Afb
Rathdrum
Reardan
Downtown Spokane

Harrison
Hayden
Sprague
Loon lake
Springdale
Clayton
Tumtum
Cheney
Latah
Mica
Elk
Mead
Coeur D Alene
Post Falls

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We have included the information below is included here to help you get more familiar with your oven. The information can also lengthen the life of your oven, and help you learn how to use them most efficiently—which, as you know, will ultimately save you money on your utility bills. Please note, however, that we have not posted anything recommending that you perform any oven repairs on your own. Oven repairs require familiarity, skilled training and oven repair gear. Repairs for electric and gas oven systems can become especially dangerous if you aren’t a qualified professional. For the skilled expertise of a Spokane oven repair technician call us any time of day or night at:

509 207-7138

How to Use the Broiler

Many folks consider that compartment beneath the oven nothing more than a convenient place to store cast-iron skillets. But the broiler is a wonderful tool for cooks who love grilling—and it’s easy to use. Use the guide below to learn how a broiler works and how to achieve steaks good enough to rival a summer barbeque.

What is a broiler?
The easiest way to think of a broiler is as an upside-down grill. Outside your grill cooks using infrared radiation that rises from hot coals. In your broiler, the radiation comes from a heating source above the food. While some broilers allow you to adjust the temperature setting, the majority are either on or off. The temperature in the latter type can be modified slightly by increasing or decreasing the distance from the heat source.

When to use it
Unlike baking in the oven, which uses circulating hot air to cook and brown your food evenly, broiling, particularly at close range, tends to blacken the outside. So it’s great for steaks, salmon filets, or anything you would throw on the grill. Leave the cookies, cakes and casseroles for the oven.

How to use

  • Turn the broiler on and allow to heat up for five minutes before adding your food. Think of it like starting a grill and closing the hood to give it time to get piping hot.
  • Put the food in a broiling pan, which has a top grate that allows air to circulate and a bottom pan to catch juices.
  • Slide the pan into the broiler. If you have a gas broiler you may need to rotate the pan during cooking to ensure the food has equal access to the flame and is evenly cooked.
  • Keep the broiler door open slightly. This helps the broiler from overheating, which can cause it to automatically switch off. It also prevents too much steam from building up, which prevents the surface of your food from being crisp and caramelized.

NOTE: Food broils fast, in about 5 to 10 minutes, so if you like medium-cooked steaks, thinner cuts are better.