Stove & Oven Repair

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(615) 257-9466

You cannot cook in your kitchen with a broken stove or oven. You should schedule stove repair ASAP or else there isn’t going to be time to whip up a tasty supper. We don’t want everyone in your house to be hungry! That is why we are so happy to provide same-day appointments for oven and stove repair for houses in Franklin, TN.

Prince Appliance Repair will repair stove, oven and range issues on major brands and models. Our repairmen have the experience, tools and training to finish the job in the first scheduled visit. Plus, we load our vans with manufacturer replacement parts for popular appliance brands and offer a warranty on parts and labor. It is our plan to repair your stove well before dinner!



If an electric stove does not turn on, first check if the stove is plugged in and that all circuit breakers are switched on. You will want to check the pilot light for gas models. If the appliance is plugged in or if the pilot light is burning in the oven, then another part of the appliance will have to be fixed. The cause of the issue might be an infinite switch, surface element, igniter or broil and bake element.


A burner or stove or oven with no produce heat doesn’t do much. Your oven does not heat if there’s a broken oven sensor or a malfunctioning bake element. A burner won’t ignite when an element is broken or when the burner switch or the terminal block do not work. We are able to troubleshoot and repair these common problems in under 1-2 hours after we arrive.


You can assume the control board on a stove is broken when the timer or program settings don’t work. If that’s the case, we can fix control panels on Sears, GE, LG, KitchenAid, Kenmore and many other brands and models of ranges, stoves and ovens. We offer a warranty on control panels and manufacturer parts we need for this oven repair service.


You always should have a hot oven. Just not too hot! When the heat is too hot, it could be because of a broken sensor or thermostat. Our repairmen can identify the reason for the problem and then fix it. But be careful if troubleshooting this problem for fear of body burns from the high and totally unpredictable heat.


A reoccurring stove problem is that an igniter glows but it doesn’t light. The reason this occurs is sometimes from either a broken electronic control, surface igniter, safety valve or temperature sensor. We will determine if we can fix these parts or if we have to replace the parts.


Newer self-cleaning models of ovens can have door issues often. The door will not open after the oven is done cleaning itself. We monitor the door closure, thermostat and seal to troubleshoot why the door will not open up and then we complete the necessary repair so we can correct the problem.