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LRG3095ST ((02)) LG Range - Overview

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Temperature Sensor – Part Number: EBG61305805
Temperature Sensor
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PartSelect #: PS11732697
Manufacturer #: EBG61305805
$97.45
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Oven Igniter – Part Number: MEE61841401
Oven Igniter
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PartSelect #: PS3535362
Manufacturer #: MEE61841401
$320.45
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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 ...
$166.36
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Burner Knob - Stainless Steel – Part Number: AEZ73453509
Burner Knob - Stainless Steel
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PartSelect #: PS7321756
Manufacturer #: AEZ73453509
Sold individually. This knob accepts a D-shaped shaft.
$139.19
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FOOT – Part Number: 4778W1N001B
FOOT
PartSelect #: PS3635599
Manufacturer #: 4778W1N001B
$22.95
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TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLY,POWER – Part Number: EBJ64465501
TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLY,POWER
PartSelect #: PS16732632
Manufacturer #: EBJ64465501
The spark module controls the spark for lighting the cooktop surface burners.
$72.50
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Common Nut – Part Number: 1NHB0500032
Common Nut
PartSelect #: PS3517437
Manufacturer #: 1NHB0500032
$13.39
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BURNER ASSEMBLY – Part Number: ABF72909012
BURNER ASSEMBLY
PartSelect #: PS16545474
Manufacturer #: ABF72909012
$197.76
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CAP,BURNER – Part Number: MBL61908604
CAP,BURNER
PartSelect #: PS3627296
Manufacturer #: MBL61908604
The burner cap attaches to the top of the burner head and acts like a cover for the burner head. This part helps to protect the burner from spills and helps to even the flame while cooking. The cap is...
$78.42
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Fan,Convection – Part Number: 5900W1N001B
Fan,Convection
PartSelect #: PS3528620
Manufacturer #: 5900W1N001B
$29.81
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SWITCH,TACT – Part Number: EBF60663403
SWITCH,TACT
PartSelect #: PS11710384
Manufacturer #: EBF60663403
$57.65
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VALVE – Part Number: MJX62571701
VALVE
PartSelect #: PS6448333
Manufacturer #: MJX62571701
$478.20
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Common Symptoms of the LRG3095ST

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Little to no heat when baking
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Oven not heating evenly
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Element will not heat
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Gas igniter glows, but will not light
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Oven wouldn't ignite
Took off the oven door then took out the racks and two screws in the oven bottom and removed it . Then removed the heat deflector. Then un plugged the old igniter and removed the burner to make it easier to remove the old igniter. Then installed the new igniter and reversed the process
Parts Used:
Oven Igniter
  • Martin from KEWASKUM, WI
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver
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Oven would not light
As soon as my husband put it in the oven, the very thin prongs broke. There was no guard on either side of the prongs for protection like the one that had been in there. Very costly to us of $185 with no fix. Very disappointed in that ignitor. It would have been an easy fix. Had replaced one previously but it only lasted 6 months. Now we have a new stove
Parts Used:
Oven Igniter
  • Sheila from HOPKINTON, MA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
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Clicking noise while the stove is plugged.
After consulting with multiple specialists, watching several videos/ tutorials online and trying multiple cleaning tools. They all coincided that if the stove was not wet and it is making that noise, It could be a problem with a switch board or the computer of the range. Ordering the part was the easiest part (and trust me, i am not a fixer or an expert on doing any repairs). However, PartSelect offers you precise parts if you know what you are looking for and have the correct model. The problem? Well, LG and Samsung ranges are known for their cook top being hard to dismantle and you need to remove a few pieces before you can get under the knobs where the switch boards are. It took a lot of time to just do that. The connection is a bit complex and I would suggest to leave it for an expect to do it. I must say this… i am glad that i have tried to work on the switch board before i started ordering parts that I did not need. I have over 5 hours with the range plugged, since i have switched the switch board and so far, it is not making that clicking sound. Ps. An expert was charging me from $180-250 to do an inspection and to order the part I needed and an extra fee for installing it. I certainly saved some money by just doing it myself.
Parts Used:
SWITCH ASSEMBLY
  • Yokarina from NEW YORK, NY
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers, Wrench (Adjustable)
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