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LRE3085ST ((FSTLLGA)) LG Wall Oven - Overview

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Temperature Sensor – Part Number: EBG61305805
Temperature Sensor
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PartSelect #: PS11732697
Manufacturer #: EBG61305805
$111.68
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Thermostat – Part Number: 6930W1A003X
Thermostat
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PartSelect #: PS3530468
Manufacturer #: 6930W1A003X
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Range Convection Fan Motor – Part Number: EAU61865301
Range Convection Fan Motor
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PartSelect #: PS7791924
Manufacturer #: EAU61865301
This part is the replacement A/C fan motor or convection fan motor for your range. It is used to spin the fan blade, which circulates hot air through the oven, and ensures even heating. If you notice ...
$173.67
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Bake Element – Part Number: MEE62306405
Bake Element
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PartSelect #: PS12716127
Manufacturer #: MEE62306405
$168.68
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HEATER,RADIATION – Part Number: MEE62385201
HEATER,RADIATION
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PartSelect #: PS7795472
Manufacturer #: MEE62385201
$478.82
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FOOT – Part Number: 4778W1N001B
FOOT
PartSelect #: PS3635599
Manufacturer #: 4778W1N001B
$22.95
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Window,Glass – Part Number: 4890W1N005A
Window,Glass
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Manufacturer #: 4890W1N005A
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Display Power Control Board – Part Number: EBR64624906
Display Power Control Board
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Manufacturer #: EBR64624906
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HEATER,SHEATH – Part Number: MEE32902206
HEATER,SHEATH
PartSelect #: PS12582156
Manufacturer #: MEE32902206
$72.54
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PCB ASSEMBLY – Part Number: EBR74164801
PCB ASSEMBLY
PartSelect #: PS7792813
Manufacturer #: EBR74164801
$192.97
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FAN, CONVECTION – Part Number: MDG62162804
FAN, CONVECTION
PartSelect #: PS11732709
Manufacturer #: MDG62162804
$30.78
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Common Nut – Part Number: 1NHB0500032
Common Nut
PartSelect #: PS3517437
Manufacturer #: 1NHB0500032
$10.43
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Little to no heat when baking
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Hammer 1, Glass range top and heating element 0
Dropped a hammer on the range while removing a ceiling light. Viewed a How-To video on Google. Ordered the needed parts. Followed the steps from the How-To video. Reinstall was a bit tricky by myself - could have used an extra set of hands. I have a few words of caution:
1) Put something between the range top and range - like a sheet or drop cloth - to prevent a dropped screw from falling into a crevice in the stove. I dropped a screw and was unable to retrieve it, even with a magnet.
2) Makes sure you remove all bumpers, screws, clips, etc. from the item being replaced and put them on the new item if the new item does not come with replacement bumpers, screws, etc.
Parts Used:
HEATER,RADIATION
  • Richard from CHESAPEAKE, VA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Replace Inner Oven glass because it shattered
Go onto youtube, such as https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ITkrwhDNMQ and watch similar videos for DYI. The process is very similar to other models.

Once the door is removed, place oven door on a towel or soft place so it does not scratch the door. Unscrew the screws and make sure you notice where each screw goes, so you know the process of where each screw goes when you re-assemble.

Once the inner cover is removed, remove the insulation, too so you don't damage it. Use Wet/Dry Shop Vac to clean the shattered glass. (WORD OF ADVICE: I did not remove the insulation and the suction of the Shop Vac removed part of the insulation, so now instead of a quick turn around repair turns into a few weeks repair, because the insulation is on back order 10-14 days from the supplier. DON"T MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE!)

Once the glass has been removed, the new inner glass is replaced, begin by re-assemble the oven door with the correct screws and attached the oven door to the range.

Hope this helps
Parts Used:
Window,Glass
  • Jeffrey from CERRITOS, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Convection bake fan would not shut off
Looked at schematic to follow circuitry. Checked online for advice. Most online advice suggested replacing thermostat. Thermostat is not in controlling fan circuit!
PCB is only circuit controlling fan on and off. I unplugged fan so as to use rest of range until I received and installed PCB. Works fine now. Note: I have electronics background and can read most circuitry.
Parts Used:
PCB ASSEMBLY
  • David from SOUTH HAVEN, MI
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers
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