Oven Coverage

Oven, Range, Stove, and Cooktop



Whichever combination you have, whether it's gas or electric, built-in or freestanding, we'll cover it. If you have a double oven, you can get coverage for both ovens by adding an additional oven to your plan for a small fee. Call 1-866-242-0629 for more information.

Covered

Bake Element

In electric units, the bake element converts electricity into heat for cooking.

Element Receptacle & Wire Kit

The receptacle and wiring connect the heating element to the unit and position it correctly.

Valves

On gas units, valves control the flow of natural gas to the burners.

Sensors

Sensors monitor temperature and other factors to ensure the unit operates properly

Spark Electrode

 In gas units, this ignites gas to initiate the cooking process.

Surface Element Switch

Turns heat to surface elements on and off and controls heat level.

Coil Surface Element

This is the coil that heats up for cooking with pots and pans on electric units.

Surface Burner

These burners heat up the cooking area on the stove/range/cooktop area.

Oven Control Board

The control board is an electronic circuit board that manages the functions of the unit.

Temperature Sensor

This sensor monitors the oven's internal temperature to help it achieve the target temperature.

Manifold

The manifold distributes gas or flame evenly to several areas, to evenly heat the area. This is commonly found on cooktops, and some technicians may refer to this as a burner in that situation.

Transformer

A transformer controls the current or voltage or electricity passing through it, which allows the right amount of electricity to reach electronic components.

Diode

A diode controls the flow of electrical current through a circuit,

Not Covered

Failures from Self-Cleaning

Most manufacturer's offer a warning about the self-cleaning function, noting that it can cause the unit to malfunction and present a carbon monoxide hazard.

You can read about issues with the self-cleaning function here.

Glass

The glass has no mechanical parts and only fails due to misuse

Touch Panel/Display

Unfortunately, touch panels generally fail because they have been damaged by being used roughly or exposed to water, both of which are not covered by AFC. The other reason they fail is manufacturing defect, which is the manufacturer's responsibility.

We do, however, cover the control board that governs the touch screen.

Clock

The clock is handy, but it’s not part of the unit’s primary function.

Fans

Fans, whether for air circulation in the unit itself or for exhaust, are not part of the primary function of the unit, which is generating heat to cook food.

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