Viking Appliance Repair NY and NJ – Viking Range Repair
Most of Viking’s products are powered by electricity, which means you’ll never have to worry about a gas leak or explosion when it’s time to do some Viking range repair. Another nice thing about the company is that they’ve designed the range in such a way that repairs aren’t all that difficult. Most of the time when an owner encounters a problem with their unit, particularly if it’s a newer model, the problem can be easily resolved simply by checking out the settings. If the range has gotten bumped, it’s possible that the settings were disrupted which is why it’s no longer heating properly.
At Appliance Repair Medic we see this type of thing happen a lot when a person has first made the change from a gas stove or oven to a Viking model. Several of our professional repair experts have reported back from a Viking range repair call and announced that the reason the unit wouldn’t turn on was because the unit wasn’t getting any power. In some cases this can be a serious electrical issue and require replacing fuses and wires, but sometimes the problem is nothing more than the cord getting wiggled free of the wall. This is especially common if you’ve just cleaned behind your range and pushed it back against the wall.
Common Problem in Viking Ranges :
- VIKING RANGES IGNITER MAKING A CLICKING SOUND
- IGNITOR GLOWS BUT NOT IGNITION TO THE UNIT
- STUCK ON SELF CLEANING MODE
- VIKING RANGES IS DISCOLORING ON TOP
- DOOR NOT OPENING AFTER CYCLE IS COMPLETED
Every couple of months you need to pull your fridge away from the wall and clean the compressor behind it. By keeping this free of dust and pet hair, you eliminate the chances of if becoming clogged and creating future problems. When you contact us about Viking refrigerator repair or, you will immediately find yourself dealing with a real person. Our customer service department is always on call. The better you are able to describe the problem, as well as information about the model of Viking appliance you have, the easier it will be for them to help you. Sometimes they’ve even been able to guide the caller through the repair process on the phone, sparing the client an emergency call.
The next thing you’re going to want to check will be your knobs and dials, not only do you want to make sure that they’ve been turned to the proper position, but make sure they haven’t gotten loose of their moorings. Sometimes the knob cover will turn without turning the pin underneath.