Common electric oven problems include power issues, failure to heat up or heating too slowly, and problematic control knobs. Electric ovens also experience overheating, burnt food, faulty oven and indicator lights, and problems with the oven doors.
Power issues are the most common problem in electric ovens. In many cases, the oven may fail to power up if the fuse has blown or when there is a power interruption. When electric ovens have power, but still experience heating problems, the issue typically stems from a faulty oven element that requires repair or replacing.
The grill element of the oven also experiences problems and may require replacing. Electric ovens experience thermostat problems that can cause the oven to overheat and burn food. A faulty thermostat can also cause the oven not to heat up properly, leading to poorly cooked food.
Electric ovens commonly experience door problems. A dirty or worn-out gasket can make it difficult to close or open the oven door and should be replaced immediately. Problems with the indicator and oven lights are also common and are resolved through bulb replacement. A faulty or clogged oven fan is also a common problem in electric ovens. Different electric oven brands and models experience different problems which require distinct solutions.