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From oven or grill elements, electric solid hot hot plates, coil hot plates and temperature controls, fan motors to thermostats - wall ovens, stoves and cooktops can be maintained for a life time.

To keep your oven in top working condition, it's always a good idea to follow this guide and try some of the tips mentioned. Following these tips may prolong the oven life and save repair costs in the future.

Make it a habit to wipe down your oven after use, along with your bench tops, this will remove sharp hard leftovers that can scratch your protective seal on your oven. Many ovens rust in the short term because the left over burnt food wears away protective coating.

Q: Which brands of ovens/cooktops do you service & repair?

A: Westinghouse ovens & cooktops, Chef, Electrolux, and Simpson. Give us a call if you don't see your brand here, we'd be glad to help.

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Q: Why is my oven not hot enough?

A: There may be a problem with the element or thermostat. The solution could be to replace the thermostat, or possibly the oven door hinges.
We offer fixed price servicing and carry most elements and thermostats in our vans. See below for our pricing.


Q: Why is my oven door not sealing?

A: There may be a problem with the door seal or door hinges.
Your oven door can be fixed on the spot as we carry replacement hinges and seals.


Q: Why is my oven noisy?

A: The most common reason for a noisy oven is a problem with the fan motor.
If you notice your oven is making unusual noises, weather it being from the fan motor, or noisy, scraping door hinges, that's a sign that a service call is in need. If left unattended, a noisy fan motor could cause damage to elements, and worn door hinges can damage the ovens control panel or clock.
Ovenman Adelaide stocks Westinghouse fan motors, as well as for Chef and other brands outlined above.


Q: Why does my gas oven not ignite?

A: There may be a problem with the ignition system in the oven.
It could be as simple as a broken spark plug or a dirty thermocouple, or an electronics fault. In any case we can fix this on the spot.


Q: Why do my hot plates stay on high and not turn down?

A: The regulating switch is faulty.
We can generally fix these straight away. Ovenman Adelaide stocks a wide range of switch regulators for instant replacement.


The cost to repair your appliance can be considerably less than replacing it. Call your local Ovenman today!

Fixed Price Specials

Oven element—$220 Fan Motor—$230

Grill Element—$220 Thermostat Electric—$250

Only applies to Westinghouse, Chef, Simpson and Electrolux ovens.
Includes parts, labour and GST


European fan forced element replacement—$250

E.g. Smeg, IAG, Delonghi, Euro and Blanco.
Includes parts, labour and GST

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Give your Adelaide oven specialists a call on 1300 OVEN MAN (1300 683 662)

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Areas we service include:
Adelaide, Port Adelaide, Norwood,
Prospect, Mt Barker, Glenelg,
Woodcroft and surrounding suburbs.

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Our business hours

Monday—Friday
8am—4:30pm

Saturday
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