Stove & Oven Repair

stove repair city

(719) 215-4114

You cannot cook in your kitchen with a broken oven or stove. You will need to call for oven repair right away or else there will not be time to whip up a tasty supper. We do not want your house to go hungry! That is the reason we are so proud to offer same-day appointments for stove and oven repair for houses in Pueblo, CO.

Fox Appliance Repair helps to fix all common oven, range and stove problems on major brands and models. Our repairmen have the training and tools to complete the service in the initial appointment. Plus, we load our vans with manufacturer parts for major appliance brands and offer a 1-year warranty on labor. It’s our hope to fix your stove well before dinner!



If an electric stove won’t turn on, be sure the stove power cord is plugged in and if all circuit breakers are switched on. You need to check the pilot light for gas stoves. If the appliance power cord is plugged in and the pilot light is lit in the oven, it means another part of the stove will have to be repaired. The cause of the problem might be an infinite switch, surface element, oven burner igniter or broil and bake element.


A burner or stove without heat will not do much. Your oven doesn’t heat if there is a broken oven sensor or a malfunctioning bake element. A burner will not heat when an element is broken or if the burner switch or terminal block don’t work. We know how to troubleshoot and repair these common issues in under 1-2 hours after an appointment begins.


It is safe to assume the control panel on an oven is broken if the timer or program functions aren’t working. If that is the case, we know how to fix control panels on LG, Sears, GE, Kenmore, KitchenAid and most other brands of ovens, ranges and stoves. We provide a warranty on control boards and manufacturer parts we need for this stove repair service.


You need a hot oven. Just not too hot! If the oven heat is out of control, it could be because of a broken sensor or thermostat. Our repairmen can diagnose the location of the issue and then repair it. Always be careful when troubleshooting this issue for fear of burns from the high and totally unpredictable heat.


A common stove problem is that an igniter glows but it doesn’t light. The cause is sometimes from a broken electronic control, surface igniter, safety valve or sensor. We will determine whether we can repair these appliance parts or if we will need to replace the parts.


Newer self-cleaning types of ovens are known to experience door problems often. The door doesn’t open after the cleaning cycle. We monitor the door latch, seal and thermostat to identify why the door will not open and then we complete the repair in order to put an end to the issue.