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LG ranges provide a large cooking area to prepare your favorite meals. Sometimes, especially after regular use, ovens can start to cook things improperly. Often the reason for this is due to how the oven heats. To ensure proper heating and cooking, follow these simple tips.
If foods are not cooking in the regular time, use an oven-safe thermometer to check the temperature to see if the oven is reaching the correct temperature. If it is not, recalibrate the oven and test again, purchasing stove repair parts if you are unable to fix the issue. Calibration instructions are typically available in the appliance's manual.
Check the main house circuit breakers to see if they are all working properly. If only one is on and working, then some range parts may work while others fail. After checking breakers, test the oven again. If the problems are still there, examine the wires and plug for any physical damage that could cause problems. A professional electrician may be necessary for bad damage or to test the outlet itself.
Some cooking issues are the result of improper cookware, and no gas and electric range DIY help is needed. For example, a tight lid holds in heat and lets food cook faster, while some ceramic cookware can be used at lower temperatures, which takes some stress off of the oven. Uneven or overlarge cookware pieces are inefficient and may make it appear like the oven is damaged.
Sears PartsDirect sports a large catalog of parts to keep your range working perfectly. To find the parts you need, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698 for help.