Question about LG LRE30757ST (Electric) Stainless Steel Range
I've got an LG LRE30757ST oven that "resets" itself when I try to bake something. The range works fine, the warming drawer works find and the proof function of the oven also works fine, but whenever I hit bake or convection (operations that require high current draw) I hear a click and a sound like the heating elements are warming up and then I get the PF reading on all the oven displays as if the power went out. Any help on diagnosing this problem. Does anyone have a service manual to help with the diagnosis and subsequent repair part purchase. Thanks, Greg
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your electric oven is not heating then you probably have a bad heating element in your oven. This is not that hard to fix yourself...
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Posted on Jun 01, 2010
I can tell you aren't familar with house wiring. So we will start from the beginning. Circuit breakers are rated by the AMPERAGE that it can handle. When there is a current surge above the rated AMPERAGE the breaker is supposed to trip. When the breaker trips it doesn't always trip all the way to the side, sometime it looks okay so shut the circuit breaker off and reset it and then do it again to make sure you did it right the first time. If that does not cure your problem you might have blown your thermal fuse (Item #5016) or blown the power control board (Item #5070)
But since the display screen is also completely blank it could be one of the PCBs in the control panel.
Posted on Aug 16, 2011
Check the oven temperature probe (thermister) to see if it is good. To check it, use a multi-meter and Ohm it out. It should be between 1100 and 1600 Ohms. If it is out of tolerance, you will need to replace it. Here is the part to order.
Posted on Nov 30, 2012
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