The candor and integrity of E.D. Miller Appliance Service Inc. is what keeps Mike's customers loyal. Mike has no problem advising his customer of when it is time for a replacement. He even offers his customers some tips to keep their stoves working properly.
Technicians advise reading the service manual for manufacturer's recommendations and to see if there are any restrictions to cleaning products. Some surfaces can be damaged by harsh cleaners. When in doubt, owners should use non-abrasive cloths and gentle detergent first.
Removable parts like drip pans and knobs can be soaked in soapy water, rinsed, dried and re-installed. One should wipe the surrounding area with a wet cloth. If spray cleaners are used, spray them onto the cloth or sponge rather than spraying directly onto the stove.
Most broiler pans are made of porcelain coated steel. These should only be cleaned with non-abrasive cleaners.
The owner's manual contains instructions for using the self-cleaning feature of the oven. This feature works by heating the oven up to incinerate any food residue. Oven cleaner is not necessary and should not be used in most self-cleaning ovens.
To learn more about this Appliance Repair firm servicing Grand Rapids, visit: http://www.appliancerepairgrandrapidsmi.com
About E.D. Miller Appliance Service Inc.:
Mike and Teri DeYoung now own and operate E.D. Miller Appliance Service Inc. Since 1953, Miller's trained technicians have provided appliance repair. Types of repair include: washer repair, dryer repair, oven repair, range repair, cooktop repair, refrigerator repair, wine storage unit repair, freezer repair, ice maker repair, and dishwasher repair. Miller Appliance Service serves the greater Grand Rapids and Kent county areas.
E.D. Miller Appliance Service Inc.
4464 Bonanza Dr N.E
Grand Rapids, Michigan 48525
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