Despite the fact that wall ovens are typically built into the wall to line up with kitchen cabinetry, your wall oven works a lot like a standalone unit with a range. It uses an oven control to determine what happens with the power source to heat your food, depending on whether you have a gas or electric wall oven. In gas ovens, an igniter and oven safety valve help regulate when gas is released into the burner tube. Electric ovens send current to your bake and broil elements. For better temperature control, your model may also have a convection fan, with or without its own heating element. No matter what parts make your wall oven work, when one goes bad, we can help you get it up and running again.