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My LG electric range overheats every time it is turned on

I replaced the sensor and thermal fuse but the heat rises to 500 degrees every time you turn on the temperature

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If the sensor you changed is the rod type one in the oven itself then the only other thing possible is the control board where you set the temperature. The sensor works with that board to control oven temp.

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