Stove & Oven Repair

stove repair la mesa

(619) 241-4951

It isn’t possible to cook with a broken oven or stove. You should call for stove repair fast or else there isn’t going to be time to prepare a tasty supper. We do not want everyone in your house to go hungry! That is the reason we are happy to offer same-day oven and stove repair in La Mesa, CA.

La Mesa Appliance Repair helps to fix stove, oven and range problems on major brands and models of appliance. Our team has the tools and training to finish the repair during their first scheduled appointment. Plus, we load vans with manufacturer parts for major appliance brands and offer customers a warranty on parts and labor. It is our hope to fix your broken stove in enough time for dinner!



When an electric stove will not turn on, be sure the stove is plugged in and that all circuit breakers are on. You should check the pilot light for gas appliances. If the stove power cord is plugged in or if the pilot light is lit in the oven, it means another part of the appliance will need to be replaced. The cause of the issue might be an surface element, infinite switch, oven igniter or broil and bake element.


A burner or stove that does not produce heat won’t do much good. An oven does not heat when there’s a broken oven sensor or a malfunctioning bake element. A burner won’t ignite if an element breaks or the burner switch or terminal block do not work. We are able to repair these common problems in under 1-2 hours after we arrive.


You can assume the control panel on a stove is broken if the timer or program settings aren’t working. In this case, we know how to replace control boards for LG, Sears, GE, KitchenAid, Kenmore and several other brands of ovens, ranges and stoves. We provide a warranty on all of the control panels and the manufacturer replacement parts we use for this type of stove repair service.


You want a hot oven. But not too hot! If the oven heat is extremely hot, it might be because of a broken sensor or thermostat. Our technicians know how to identify the reason for the problem and then repair it. Always be careful if troubleshooting this problem for fear of body burns from the high and unpredictable heat source.


A common stove problem is when an igniter will glow but it will not light. The cause is sometimes from either a broken surface igniter, safety valve, electronic control or temperature sensor. We can determine whether we can fix these applianceparts or if we have to replace the parts.


Modern self-cleaning ovens are known to have door issues. The door won’t open after the oven cleans itself. We monitor the door latch, thermostat and seal to figure out why the door doesn’t open up and then complete the necessary repair so we can put an end to the problem.