Stove & Oven Repair

stove repair san bernardino

(909) 324-2237

It’s not possible to cook in your kitchen with a broken stove or oven. You will need to schedule stove repair right away or else there isn’t going to be time to fix a delicious supper. We don’t want your family to be hungry! That is why we are so proud to offer same-day appointments for oven and stove repair in San Bernardino, CA.

Lynch Appliance Repair will troubleshoot and repair all common range, stove and oven issues on all name brands and models. Our team has the experience, training and tools to complete the repair within the initial visit. We load our vans with manufacturer parts for major brands and offer a warranty on labor. It’s our plan to repair your broken oven in plenty of time for dinner!



If an electric stove won’t ignite, first be sure the stove is plugged in and that all circuit breakers are switched on. You need to check the pilot light on gas stoves. If the appliance is plugged in and the pilot light is on, that means another part of the oven will have to be replaced. The cause of the issue could be the infinite switch, surface element, oven igniter or bake and broil element.


A burner or stove with no produce heat doesn’t do much good. An oven will not heat when there is a broken bake element or a malfunctioning oven sensor. Your burner will not turn on when an element is broken or the burner switch or the terminal block don’t work. We are able to troubleshoot and fix these common problems in less than 1-2 hours after an appointment begins.


It is reasonable to assume the control panel on a stove or oven is broken if the program or timer settings aren’t working. In this case, we know how to repair control panels for LG, Sears, GE, KitchenAid, Kenmore and most other brands of ovens, ranges and stoves. We offer a warranty on control panels and the parts we need for this oven repair service.


You want a hot oven. Just not too hot! If the oven heat is out of control, it might be because of an issue with the sensor or thermostat. Our appliance repairmen can identify the reason for the problem and fix it. Always be careful when troubleshooting this problem for fear of skin burns from the high and totally unpredictable heat source.


A reoccurring stove problem is when an igniter glows but doesn’t light. The cause is sometimes from either a broken surface igniter, safety valve, electronic control or temperature sensor. We are able to determine if we can repair these appliance parts or if we need to replace the parts.


New self-cleaning models of ovens can experience door issues often. The door doesn’t open after the oven cleans itself. We inspect the door latch, thermostat and seal to identify why the door will not open up and then we complete the necessary repair so we can put an end to the problem.