Has your Tappan oven quit?
Will your burners not ignite?
Is the door stuck closed after self-cleaning?
Is it NOT self-cleaning at all?
Is your stove just tick-tick-ticking non-stop?

No need to call an expensive Tappan oven serviceman, and then wait a couple of hours (or DAYS) for him to show up! Diagnose your problem RIGHT NOW, cheaply and easily.

You know the story. It’s Thanksgiving, and your bird is all dressed up and ready to go, when you remember that your oven gave up the ghost last July. Of course, you didn’t fix it then, because — well, seems like you cook everything by microwave and toaster oven now. Who has the time to bake anymore? Let alone fix an oven you rarely use?

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Our Tappan oven repair & stove repair manual covers

  • Tappan Oven & Stove System Basics
  • Troubleshooting, Tools and Safety, Tips And Tricks
  • Stove & Oven Appliance Parts Access
  • Tappan Electric Ovens & Stove Repairs
  • Tappan Gas Stove Repair
  • Tappan Gas Oven Repairs
  • Digital Oven Controls, Fault and Error Codes
FIRST THINGS FIRST- How Things Work in a Tappan Stove and Range
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Did you Know:

The following information is provided courtesy of Wikipedia:

Tappan appliances was founded by W.J. Tappan as the Ohio Valley Foundry Company in Bellaire, Ohio, in 1881 selling cast-iron stoves door-to-door. The company relocated to Mansfield, Ohio, in 1889 and was renamed the Eclipse Stove Company before being renamed the Tappan Stove Company. In 1950, Tappan acquired the Los Angeles-based O’Keefe & Merritt Stove Company and used the O’Keefe & Merritt name in the western United States from then until the late 1980s.

Tappan claimed several innovations, including:

  • 1920s all-porcelain range available in various colors
  • 1955 the first microwave oven model for home use
  • 1960s electric ignition for gas ranges
  • 1965 single-unit conventional range and microwave oven

Tappan became a subsidiary of the Swedish company Electrolux in 1979. The North American division of Electrolux was reorganized in 1997 as Electrolux Home Products of North America, consolidating American Yard Products, Frigidaire, and Poulan/Weedeater.