Question about LG LRG30355 Gas Range
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I have a $1.50 per knob solution: 1. Buy a 1/2 x 5/8 x 1 spacer at Lowe's ($1.50 each - get 5 pieces) 2. Clean knobs, remove back cover of knob and connect broken plastic parts with glue (liquid form). Make sure little metal inside the plastic is on front end. 3. Apply glue (gel form) around plastic then slide the metal spacer over. Add more gel glue to fill up space between plastic and metal. Might want to wait 30minutes then apply more glue if there is still space or gap. That's it! I recommend waiting 24 hours to let glue cure until putting it back on range. Now you can put cap back on but would need to make the whole a little wider using a grinder.I used a small flathead screwdriver and a hammer and just chip off small pieces until metal sleeve would fit. However, I think u can do without the cap if you have strong glue. I have pictures. Feel free to contact me for questions: firstname.lastname@example.org My wife is very happy, saved her a lot of money coz new ones cost as much as buying a new range itself! The knobs are very sturdy right now. Wide says it's actually sturider than when we first got the range.
Posted on Jan 25, 2013
59-cent LG Oven Knob Solution: Go to Home Depot and buy a thin sheet of metal. I bought a piece that was about 8" x 8" for 59 cents that is bendable, yet strong, and can be cut with scissors. For each knob I cut a piece that was between 3/4" and 1" by between 1 1/4" and 1 1/2".
I formed this cut piece around a pencil in order to shape it into a cylinder. I unscrewed the backing of each knob and slid this "sleeve" around the plastic piece that people say cracks and melts. I screwed the knob backings back on and voila, you now have a tight, secure fitting. Even if the plastic part cracks, it will be contained because it is tightly supported by the "sleeve".
Posted on Apr 15, 2013
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