Wall Oven Repairs Across Quebec with Ateliers G. Paquette Inc.

We invite you to take a look at the following situations to identify the cases that require professional expertise:

One or Several Oven Elements Do Not Work!

Have you checked the circuit breaker or fuses on your electrical panel?


It is possible that the control system, the temperature reading system or the heating elements of your oven are malfunctioning. In this case, a visit from one of our technicians is probably necessary; make an appointment online.


The wiring between the heating elements and the control system may be burnt or melted, causing damage to the internal components of your unit. In this case, a visit from one of our technicians is probably necessary. Call us right away.

My Oven Is Displaying an Error Code!

Error codes that can be fixed easily are listed in the user manual. For example, the PRE code means “preheating”. Consult your user manual to find out what the code means.


If the error code displayed on your machine is not listed in the user manual, it is probably related to a major problem related to the electronic controls. In this case, a visit by one of our technicians is probably necessary. Call us right away.

The Oven Timer Does Not Work!

Have you checked the circuit breaker or fuses on your electrical panel?


Your oven control system may be programmed to energy economy mode or child lock mode. Consult your user manual to find out how to deactivate it.


It is possible that the oven control system is malfunctioning. In this case, a visit by one of our technicians is probably necessary; make an appointment online.


The control system wiring may be burnt or melted, causing damage to internal components of the unit. In this case, a visit by one of our technicians is probably necessary. Call us right away.

The Oven Door Stays Locked!

The oven control system may be programmed to child lock mode. Consult your user manual to find out how to deactivate it.


It is possible that a cleaning cycle was started and then cancelled before the end of the locking sequence. Try starting a new cleaning cycle and then cancelling it 5 minutes later to see if the door will unlock.


The control system, door locking system or temperature reading system of your oven may be malfunctioning. In this case, a visit by one of our technicians is probably necessary. Call us right away.

My Oven Makes Noise!

Slight noises from the expansion of metal can be heard when the oven is preheating or cooling down, and this is entirely normal. However, if loud banging noises (“bang!”) are heard, a visit by a technician is suggested. Call without delay.


Did you know that wall ovens possess a cooling fan that can stay on for up to 90 minutes after cooking? Leaving the door ajar will reduce this time by half.


It is possible that your oven’s cooling system is defective. In this case, a visit by one of our technicians is probably necessary; make an appointment online.


Did you know that the convection blower motor on most ovens should stop when you open the door? If the problem noise stops when you open the oven door, the convection blower system may be unbalanced or defective. In this case, a visit by one of our technicians is probably necessary. Call us right away.

My Self-Cleaning Oven Does Not Get Clean!

A normal self-cleaning cycle should last 3 hours for optimal results.


You must remove any large accumulations of grease before starting a cleaning cycle.


The glass on the door should be cleaned with a cream cleaner such as TORNADE (product number RA005C) before starting the cleaning cycle, to avoid having grease infiltrate from the door. To purchase this product, visit us in one of our stores or order it directly online.


Areas that the oven heat cannot reach, such as the sides of the door or the front of the oven, must be cleaned with an odourless oven cleaner after the cleaning cycle, such as PRO-LINK® (product number KA005C). To purchase this product, visit one of our stores or order it directly online.

The Outside of the Oven Door Does Not Get Clean!

Ordinary maintenance products like Windex® are not effective enough to remove food residue that may remain stuck on the outer metal panels of range hoods . This is especially true of a stainless steel panel. Food residues leave marks on the stainless steel that must be removed by polishing with a cream cleaner such as STAINLESS POLISH (product number 903069). Once the stains and toxins are removed from the stainless steel panels, a maintenance and protection product such as PRO-LINK® (product number YA007C) should be sprayed onto these surfaces to block the metal pores and protect against oils from fingers and acids in foods. To purchase these products, visit one of our stores or order them directly online.

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Montreal Location


Address
6744, Jarry East, Saint-Leonard,

QC, H1P 1W3


Phone
514-381-7288


Business Hours
Parts and Services
: Monday to Friday, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Quebec City Location


Address
6210 Wilfrid-Hamel Blvd.,

L'Ancienne-Lorette, QC, G2E 2H7


Phone
Parts: 418-871-2434
Parts (toll-free)1-800-463-3378
Services: 418-871-4043
Services (toll-free)1-888-871-4043
Fax (toll-free): 1-800-461-2434

Fax: 418-871-4345


Business Hours
Parts and Services: Monday to Friday, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Repentigny Location


Address
104 Laroche,

Repentigny, QC, J6A 7M5


Phone
Parts and Services: 450-654-6744
Toll-free: 1-800-463-0119
Fax (toll-free): 1-800-581-1724

Fax: 450-581-0301


Business Hours
Services
: Monday to Friday, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
(By phone only on Saturday)


Parts: Monday to Friday, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm (closed on Saturday)

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