A stove can’t maintain temperature if there is a disruption in the requisite power supply, if certain crucial components in the appliance malfunction, or if there are other factors that interfere with the normal operation. Your first checkpoint should be power supply. Electric stoves require a constant voltage to operate perfectly. While the appliance is capable of regulating the heat, a sudden fluctuation in voltage or sustained inconsistency would impair the performance of the stove.
Most modern stoves come with precise temperature settings. You can regulate heat down to a specific degree, and not just a range. You should check the controls and verify if they are responding as they should. While you may think that the stove can’t maintain temperature, the real problem could be the sensors. For the stove to maintain the heat that you want, the sensors should regulate the temperature as per your chosen settings. If sensors are broken or the controls are not accurately responsive, then these must be inspected. Our technicians can replace broken sensors and repair stove controls.
Sensors and controls can fail, so can the heating element. It is true that heating elements in contemporary stoves are sturdy and they can last years without any hiccup whatsoever. Yet, there can be the odd instances when the heating element would fail, it could be damaged, or simply wear out. Replacing the heating element is usually the only solution in such cases. We can inspect the heating element, test its performance or the lack of it, diagnose the status of all other crucial components, and recommend the most viable remedy.
There are several electrical and electronic components in your stove. There are a few mechanical parts too. If any of these crucial systems fails, then your stove can’t maintain temperature. A wrongly calibrated stove or one that has to be recalibrated may also have a similar problem. Our technicians are fully equipped to inspect all probable causes. We shall find the root cause of the problem, fix it, and replace broken parts onsite in Ottawa.