We don’t work on commercial and small appliances such as vacuum cleaners, sewing machines etc. We work only on major appliances such as washers, dryers, refrigerators, ovens, stoves, dishwashers etc.
On electric stove, cooking utensils should be essentially the same diameter as the top of the element used. The size of the stove is related to the size of the pan that goes on it and is not related to the speed at which it cooks. On gas stoves also, utensils of the proper size should be used and the flame adjusted so as not to extend beyond the best cooking results and proper stove safety precautions. Failure to follow this guideline increases the possibility of igniting clothing. Extreme care should be taken when wearing loose garments, particularly those with flowing sleeves. Make certain that gas or electrical installation is done by competent technician and electric stove circuit is properly grounded. Avoid blocking heated air circulation in oven when using cooking foil. Do not cover any openings in the oven bottom and do not cover entire shelves. Make sure that range is level. If not, cakes will rise unevenly. To minimize spatters during broiling, use the broiler pan designed for that model’s broiler not disposable ones. Clean all ranges regularly for sanitary and safety reasons in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions. Keep ventilating hoods and filters clean. Do not use oven or surface units for heating the home. Turn off surface units when cooking is finished or utensil is removed. Do not use oven door or range drawers as a step ladder or chair; be particularly careful that children don’t climb on oven or range. Stand away from range when opening oven door and let hot air or steam escape before removing or placing food. Keep children away from oven door surfaces during cooking or self-cleaning operations.