Stove & Oven Repair

stove repair hoboken

(201) 366-9986

It is not possible to cook with a broken stove or oven. You will need to schedule stove repair fast or there will not be time to cook a nutritious dinner. We don’t want your family to be hungry! That is why we are so happy to offer same-day stove and oven repair for homes in Hoboken, NJ.

Hoboken Appliance Repair can repair all stove, oven and range issues on major brands and models. Our technicians have the tools and training to complete the repair in the original appointment. We also load up service vans with replacement parts for popular appliance brands and offer all customers a 1-year warranty on parts and labor. It’s our hope to repair your broken oven in enough time for dinner!



For an electric stove won’t turn on, check if the appliance is plugged in and that all circuit breakers are switched on. You need to check the pilot light for gas appliances. If the oven power cord is plugged in or if the pilot light is lit in the oven, then some other part will have to be replaced. The cause of the problem could be the infinite switch, surface element, oven igniter or bake and broil element.


A stove or burner that doesn’t produce heat does not do much good. Your oven won’t heat when there’s a broken bake element or oven sensor. Your burner will not heat if an element breaks or when the burner switch or the terminal block do not work. We are able to fix these problems in under 1-2 hours after an appointment begins.


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


You always want a hot oven. Just not too hot! If the oven heat is out of control, it might be because of a problem with the thermostat or sensor. Our appliance technicians are able to find the location of the problem and fix it. But be careful when troubleshooting this problem for fear of body burns from the high and totally unpredictable heat.


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


Newer self-cleaning ovens sometimes experience door problems often. The door won’t open after the oven cleans itself. We inspect the door closure, seal and thermostat to find out why the door doesn’t open up and then complete the repair in order to correct the problem.