Burner problems: Stove burners can fail to light or heat up properly, which can affect cooking. This could be due to a damaged burner, clogged burner holes, or a faulty ignition switch.
Oven problems: The oven may fail to heat up or maintain a consistent temperature, which can affect baking and roasting. This could be due to a faulty thermostat, a broken heating element, or a malfunctioning control panel.
Gas leaks: Gas stoves can develop gas leaks, which can be dangerous. Signs of a gas leak include a strong odor, hissing sounds, and flames that are yellow or orange instead of blue.
Electrical problems: Electric stoves can experience electrical problems, such as a malfunctioning control panel, broken heating elements, or a faulty power source.
Cleaning and maintenance issues: Failure to clean and maintain a stove can lead to problems such as clogged burner holes, grease buildup, and food residue that can affect performance.