It can be quite annoying when an LG oven keeps tripping the breaker. So, if this is happening to you, keep reading to know why and how to fix it.
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Why Does My Oven Keep Tripping the Breaker?
If your LG oven keeps tripping the breaker, it could be because of a circuit overload, short circuiting or faulty oven components. The circuit breaker in your home can only handle so many appliances. If there are too many electrical appliances connected to the same circuit breaker, it will cause it to overload and trip
When a wire your homes electrical system makes contact with another wire, it will cause it to short circuit and trip the breaker when you turn on an electrical appliance. If the wiring in your home has deteriorated, this could happen.
The final possible reason your LG oven keeps tripping the breaker may be because some components in the oven are faulty. When oven components start failing, the oven will either overheat or trip the electricity.
LG Oven Keeps Tripping The Breaker — How To Fix
Below we have listed what you need to check if your LG oven keeps tripping the breaker in order to fix the problem…
To check if this is the case, turn off two electrical appliances then turn the oven on. If the oven doesn’t trip, an overloaded circuit was the problem. Before you use your oven, you will need to turn off a few appliances to make sure it doesn’t trip. However, if your LG oven keeps tripping the breaker still, keep reading.
If your circuit breaker isn’t overloaded, the reason your LG oven keeps tripping the breaker may be because of short circuiting. Do not try fixing this problem yourself as it isn’t something you can fix if you aren’t a license electrician. Call a licensed electrician to examine and fix the problem for you.
Faulty Oven Components
If your LG oven isn’t tripping the breaker due to the reasons above, the oven’s components have probably started to fail. Don’t try to fix the issue if you don’t have any knowledge on ovens as it can be difficult to determine what component is actually faulty. Call a technician to inspect the oven to determine which component is faulty.
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