Viking Range Repair by ZR is certified and expert technicians for residential kitchen appliance repair. We always keep our techs up to date with new features and upgrades from Viking. As one of the most trusted brands, Viking appliances always stand out at the quality corner of the kitchen.
Since the acquisition of Viking Range by Middleby Corporation, this brand is just expanding its variety in home appliances. Currently, manufacturer produces built-in refrigeration, stand-alone refrigerator, ice machine and world popular range. The history goes back when Fred Carl, Jr. researches and finds no proper ranges which could be used in home conditions. Then he designs his own range which became very successful. Since then most home kitchens acquired popular Viking ranges for best and family cooking. New upcoming features of Viking ranges include French style door which can be opened conveniently to the each sides. As residents own this popular brand, range repair and maintenance should be performed by professionals only.
ZR Appliance Repair in its turn offers quality repair and maintenance for range stove and oven. Our years of knowledge puts us step ahead of others and makes sure every our repair qualifies for long term usage.
Common troubleshooting methods and last resort Viking range repair by ZR.
Problem – Possible Cause and/or Remedy
➡Range will not function – Range is not connected to electrical power: Have electrician check power circuit breaker, wiring, and fuses.
➡Oven does not operate in self-clean – Door is not shut tight enough for automatic door latch to lock.
➡Oven is not clean after self-clean cycle – Temperature control knob not rotated all the way past clean until it stops.
➡Broil does not work – Temperature control knob is rotated too far past broil position.
➡Door will not open – Oven is still in self-clean mode. If oven is hot, door latch will release when safe temperature is reached.
➡Oven light will not work – Light bulb is burned out. Range is not connected to power.
➡Igniters will not work – Circuit is tripped. Fuse is blown. Range is not connected to power.
➡Igniters sparking but no flame ignition – Gas supply valve is in “OFF” position. Gas supply is interrupted.
➡Igniters sparking continuously after flame ignition – Power supply is not grounded. Power supply polarity is reversed. Igniters are wet or dirty.
➡Burner ignites but flame is large, distorted, or yellow – Burner ports are clogged. Unit is being operated on wrong type of gas. Air shutters not properly adjusted.