LG Oven Will Not Turn Off [Quick Fix]

If your LG oven will not turn off by itself, keep reading to know why and how to fix it…

LG Oven Will Not Turn Off — How To Fix

There are a couple of possible reasons why your LG oven will not turn off. We have listed them below from most common to least common.

The Bake Or Heating Element

If the element in your LG oven shorts out during use, it won’t turn off. Follow these steps to replace the bake element in an LG oven.

Step 1: Switch your oven’s circuit breaker off.

Step 2: Open the oven door and remove the racks.

Step 3: Take out the screws on the oven’s bottom panel which secure it.

Step 4: Lift the bottom panel out of the oven.

Step 5: Remove the screws which secure the bake element.

Step 6: Pull the element out and disconnect the wires.

Step 7: Test the element using a multimeter. Get a new element if there is no continuity when you test it.

Step 8: Connect the wires to the new element and secure it with the screws.

Step 9: Return the bake element cover and hold it in place using the screws.

Step 10: Return the oven racks.

Step 11: Close the oven door.

Step 12: Switch on the oven’s circuit breaker.

Keep reading if your LG oven will not turn off still.

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If you would like a visual of how to replace the heating element in an LG oven, watch the video below.

The Control Board

This is the next possible reason why your LG oven will not turn off. To replace your LG oven control board, do the following…

Step 1: Turn off the oven’s circuit breaker.

Step 2: Take out the screws holding the metal pieces underneath the oven’s upper back panel.

Step 3: Remove the screws securing the upper panel.

Step 4: Take a picture of the control board to note where each wire goes.

Step 5: Disconnect the wires.

Step 6: Also disconnect the control board wires connected to the boards right next to it.

Step 7: Take out the screws which secure the control board.

Step 8: Test the board using a multimeter. If the board is faulty, get a new one.

Step 9: Screw the new board into place.

Step 10: Reconnect the wires to the other boards.

Step 11: Using the picture you took for reference, reconnect all the wires to the control board.

Step 12: Position the back panel and screw it into place.

Step 13: Also return the metal pieces and the screws which secure them.

Step 14: Turn your oven’s circuit breaker back on.

Keep reading if your LG oven will not turn off after checking the control board.

The video below will show you how to replace an LG oven control board.

The Relay Board

To replace an LG oven relay board, do the following…

Step 1: Switch off your circuit breaker.

Step 2: Take out the screws which hold the metal brackets in place. The brackets are under the upper back panel.

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Step 3: Remove the screws holding the upper panel.

Step 4: Disconnect the relay board wires making sure to note where each one goes.

Step 5: Take out the screws securing the relay board.

Step 6: Remove the relay board and get a replacement one.

Step 7: Screw it into place.

Step 8: Connect all the wires back to it.

Step 9: Position the panel and screw into place.

Step 10: Return the brackets and the screws which hold them in place.

Step 11: Turn the circuit breaker back on.

The video below will walk you through the process of replacing n LG oven relay board.

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The Thermostat

A faulty thermostat is rarely ever the reason an LG oven will not turn on. But if you have tested the components above and they weren’t faulty, the thermostat is probably faulty. Follow these steps to replace an LG oven thermostat…

Step 1: Switch off the circuit breaker.

Step 2: Take out the screws at the back of the oven which hold the lower panel in place.

Step 3: Remove the lower panel.

Step 4: Disconnect the wires from the thermal fuse and note where each one goes. The thermostat is on the right.

Step 5: Take out the screw securing the thermostat.

Step 6: Test the thermostat with a multimeter and replace it if there is no continuity.

Step 7: Screw the new thermostat into place and reconnect the wires.

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Step 8: Reposition the back panel and secure with the screws.

Step 9: Switch on the circuit breaker.

The video below will show you how to replace an LG oven thermostat.

LG Oven Light Will Not Turn Off — How To Fix

If your LG oven light will not turn off, the door switch is faulty. Follow these steps to replace the door switch in an LG oven…

Step 1: Unplug the oven.

Step 2: Remove the grates on the stove top.

Step 3: Remove the burner caps and the burner assembly.

Step 4: Set them aside.

Step 5: Take out the fifteen screws on the stove top using a screwdriver.

Step 6: Release the stove top from the oven by inserting a putty knife in between it.

Step 7: Lift up the stove top and remove it from the oven.

Step 8: Open the door of the oven.

Step 9: On the left side of the oven, you will see the door switch. Using a flat head screwdriver, push back the metal tabs to release it.

Step 10: Note where each wire is connected to on the door switch then disconnect them.

Step 11: Get a new door switch.

Step 12: Connect the wires to the door switch.

Step 13: Push the door switch back in.

Step 14: Close the door of the oven.

Step 15: Reposition the stove top and push it down.

Step 16: Return the fifteen screws which secure the cook top.

Step 17: Return the burner assembly and caps.

Step 18: Position the grates and plug the oven in.

The video below will walk you through the process of replacing the door switch of an LG oven.

LG Stove Burner Will Not Turn Off — How To Fix

If your LG stove burner will not turn off, it is most likely because of a shorted element. Read this article to replace the element in your LG stove top.

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