Recent Review: Came home from work one night at 11:00 PM after a long day at work. Turned on oven to preheat and cook something. Walked the dog while oven was preheating. When I got back home, no heat coming from oven. Suspected heating element. Pulled oven out, looked things over, and was skeptical of my skills to repair. New appliances now have electronics that control things. Due to working so much, did not want to dedicate time and effort to finding the correct heating element, taking things apart and attempting repair myself. Went to Angie's list, and started calling repair shops at 08:30AM. I can only be home in the mornings due to work schedule. First two places were booked up and could not come out until the following week. Called Ron Taylor Appliance and Repair. Explained to Ron the issues. He told me to give him the model number so that when he sent a repairman out, he could have additional parts beside the heating element, in case there were other issues. Ron said that he would try to get a man out either that morning or the following morning. He would call first. Sure enough, about, 10:30, a man called and said he would be at my house in about 30 minutes. He arrived, I let him do his work without bothering him and in about 30 minutes he was done. Heating element replaced and the electronics were working fine. He told me that it is common that when the heating element burns out, the electronic board that controls the clock / timer and other circuits to the stove top and oven, goes bad. In this case it did not. The quick response and quick repair work were certainly appreciated.