If your LG oven is heating up slowly or it isn’t heating up to the right temperature, keep reading because we will show you how to fix these problems and more.
LG Oven Is Heating Up Slowly — How To Fix
If your LG oven is heating up slowly, make sure that the door is closed properly. If the door is closed properly, reset the oven by switching off the circuit breaker for 10 minutes. If your LG oven still heats slowly, the heating element is faulty. To replace the element in an LG oven, follow the steps listed below…
Step 1: Turn off and unplug the oven.
Step 2: Open the oven door and take out the racks.
Step 3: Take out the screws securing the bottom panel of the oven.
Step 4: Remove the bottom panel and set it aside.
Step 5: Now take out the screws which hold the heating element in place.
Step 6: Pull out the element and disconnect the wires.
Step 5: Get a new element.
Step 6: Connect the wires back to the heating element.
Step 7: Screw the element into place.
Step 8: Position the bottom panel of the oven and secure using the screws.
Step 9: Slide the racks back into the oven.
Step 10: Close the door and plug the oven back in.
Follow the steps above if your LG oven doesn’t heat.
The video below will show you how to replace the element in an oven.
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LG Oven Heating Error F11 — How To Fix
This error indicates a problem with your LG oven igniter. Follow these steps to replace your LG oven igniter.
Step 1: Unplug the oven from the outlet.
Step 2: Take out the oven racks.
Step 3: Flip the hinge locks on the oven door then lift off the door.
Step 4: Take out the screws which hold the bottom panel of oven in place.
Step 5: Lift out the panel.
Step 6: Now remove the screws which secure the valve shield.
Step 7: Remove the valve shield.
Step 8: Take out the screws which secure the oven igniter.
Step 9: Disconnect the wires connected to the igniter.
Step 10: Get a new igniter.
Step 11: Connect the wires to the igniter.
Step 12: Secure the igniter using the two screws.
Step 13: Return the valve shield and the screws which hold it in place.
Step 14: Reposition the bottom panel of the oven and secure it with the screws.
Step 15: Return the oven door and flip the hinge locks.
Step 16: Slide the racks back into the oven.
Step 17: Close the oven door.
Step 18: Plug the oven back in.
Follow the steps above if your LG oven shows the F9 heating error.
The video below will walk you through the process of replacing the igniter in an LG oven.
LG Oven Bottom Element Not Working — Solution
If your oven’s bottom element isn’t working, you will need to replace it. Read this article to replace the bottom element in an LG oven. Also read the article in the link to replace your LG convection oven heating element.
LG Oven Not Heating Past 350 — How To Fix
If your LG oven isn’t heating past a certain temperature, the sensor or thermostat could be faulty. We will show you how to replace each one below…
The Temperature Sensor
To replace the sensor in an LG oven, follow the steps below…
Step 1: Unplug the oven or switch off the circuit breaker.
Step 2: Open the oven door.
Step 3: Take out the racks in the oven.
Step 4: You will see the thermostat on the back wall of the oven held by two screws. Take out the screws.
Step 5: Pull the sensor out.
Step 6: Disconnect the sensor’s wire plug.
Step 7: Get a new sensor.
Step 8: Connect the wire plug to the new sensor.
Step 9: Screw the temperature sensor into place.
Step 10: Return the racks to the oven.
Step 11: Close the door of the oven.
Step 12: Plug the oven back in or switch on the circuit breaker.
The video below will give you a visual of how to replace the temperature sensor in an LG oven.
If replacing the temperature sensor didn’t fix the problem, you will need to replace the thermostat. Follow these steps to replace the thermostat…
Step 1: Turn the oven off and unplug it from the outlet.
Step 2: Pull out the oven from the wall in order to gain access to the back.
Step 3: Take out the screws which hold the lower back panel of the oven in place. The screws will be around the back panel.
Step 4: Remove the panel.
Step 5: Disconnect the wires connected to the thermal fuse.
Step 6: Take out the screws securing the fuse. You will see the fuse on the right side of the oven.
Step 7: Get a new fuse and screw it into place.
Step 8: Connect the wires to the fuse.
Step 9: Reposition the back panel and return the screws which secure it.
Step 10: Push the oven back.
Step 11: Plug the oven back into the outlet.
Also follow the steps above if your LG oven is overheating.
The video below will show you how to replace an LG oven thermostat.