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Need Advice Oven repair

Discussion in 'Homeowners Corner' started by Silly Yak, Dec 17, 2021.

  1. Silly Yak

    Silly Yak Member

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    I searched the forums but all repair posts are old. Anyone use a repairperson recently?

    Thanks
     
  2. Capricorn1964

    Capricorn1964 Member

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    If you are very handy with your hands and have some technical expertise....perhaps YouTube can help you if you look for it.....
    Just trying to offer some advice as it may save you some $$$-

     
  3. Silly Yak

    Silly Yak Member

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    Funny, that is what we ended up doing. $30 part and hardly and blood. Language was a bit rough at times though.
     
  4. JJB

    JJB Active Member

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    Joe the Appliance guy 703 963 1619. I have used him twice. One man shop (local) and usually out on calls. You will most likely have to leave a message. He usually calls back within a couple of hours.
     
  5. KTdid

    KTdid Well-Known Member

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    Love YouTube. I replaced my oven's heating elements years ago, toilet assemblies, furnace thermocouple, etc. I've saved a small fortune in home repairs over the years. One thing I won't touch is electrical.
     
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