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KEY FEATURES

  • 7.3 cu. ft. Large Capacity
  • ProBake Convection®
  • EasyClean®
7.3 cu. ft. Electric Double Oven Range with ProBake Convection® and EasyClean®
$ 1,199.00

DIMENSIONS/CLEARANCES/WEIGHT

    • Shipping Weight (lbs)
    • 215 lbs
    • Weight (Product)
    • 181
    • Cabinet Width (in)
    • 30"
    • Overall Height (in) - including backguard
    • 47 9/32"
    • Overall Width (in)
    • 29 7/8"
    • Height to Cooking Surface (in)
    • 36"
    • Oven Interior Dimensions (Upper) (in) (W x H x D)
    • 24 13/16" x 10 13/16" x 19 13/16"
    • Oven Interior Dimensions (Lower) (in) (W x H x D)
    • 24 13/16" x 14 1/4" x 19 15/16"
    • Carton Dimensions (in) (W x H x D)
    • 31 31/32” x 51” x 30 17/32”
    • Depth (including handle)
    • 28 15/16"

OVEN FEATURES

    • Configuration
    • Double Oven

SUMMARY

    • ProBake Convection®
    • Yes
    • Freestanding
    • Yes
    • Fuel Type
    • Electric
    • Double Oven
    • Yes
    • Self + EasyClean®
    • Yes

CONTROLS

    • Display
    • VFD
    • Cooking Complete Reminder
    • 1. High 2. Low 3. Mute
    • Cooktop Control Type
    • Front Tilt-Control Knobs
    • Oven Control Type
    • Glass Touch
    • Clock
    • 12 hr or 24 hr (option)
    • Temperature Unit of Measure
    • ˚F or ˚C

POWER/RATINGS

    • Amp Rating at 208V
    • 56A
    • Amp Rating at 240V
    • 64.6A
    • KW Rating at 208V
    • 11.6kW
    • KW Rating at 240V
    • 15.5kW

WARRANTY/UPC

    • Limited Warranty
    • 1 Year Parts & Labor
    • UPC
    • 48231319508

CAPACITY

    • Upper Oven
    • 3.0 cu. ft.
    • Lower Oven
    • 4.3 cu. ft.
    • Total Oven Capacity (cu. ft.)
    • 7.3 cu. ft.

MATERIALS/FINSHES

    • Oven Door Feature
    • WideView™ Window

COOKTOP

    • Element Size/Wattage - Left Rear
    • 6" - 1,200W
    • Element Size/Wattage - Right Rear
    • 6" - 1,200W
    • Element Size/Wattage - Center Rear
    • 7" - 100W
    • Element Size/Wattage - Left Front
    • 9" 6" - 3,200W / 1,400W
    • Element Size/Wattage - Right Front
    • 12" 9" - 3,000W/2,200W
    • Cooktop Finish
    • Grey Patterned on Black Ceramic Glass
    • Hot Surface LED Indicator
    • Yes

APPEARANCE

    • Handle/Knobs
    • STS Finish (AI)
    • Available Colors
    • Stainless Steel
    • Oven Door Feature
    • WideView™ Window

UPPER OVEN FEATURES

    • Configuration
    • Freestanding Double Electric Range
    • Oven Cooking
    • Conventional
    • Oven Cooking Modes
    • Bake, Speed Broil, Warm, Pizza, Self Clean, EasyClean, Delayed Timed Cook, Timed Cook
    • Oven Control Features
    • Glass Touch
    • EasyClean®
    • Yes
    • Self Clean
    • Yes
    • GoCook Smart Oven Light
    • Yes (1 Light)
    • Automatic Safety Shut-Off
    • After 12 hours
    • No. of Rack Positions
    • 2
    • Door Lock
    • Yes
    • Broil Element (Watt)
    • Sheathed Heater 3,800W
    • Bake Element (Watt)
    • 2,400W / 4 Pass (Exposed Bake)

LOWER OVEN FEATURES

    • Convection Element (Watt)
    • 2,500W / 2 Turn
    • Convection Conversion
    • Yes
    • Convection System/Mode/Cooking System
    • ProBake Convection®
    • Oven Cooking Modes
    • Bake, Broil, Conv. Bake, Conv. Roast, Speed Roast, Warm, Proof, Pizza, Easyclean, Selfclean, Delayed Timed Cook, Timed Cook
    • Oven Control Features
    • Glass Touch
    • Self Clean
    • Yes
    • GoCook Smart Oven Light
    • Yes (1 Light)
    • No. of Rack Positions
    • 4
    • EasyClean®
    • Yes
    • Door Lock
    • Yes
    • Automatic Safety Shut-Off
    • After 12 hours
    • Broil Element (Watt)
    • 3,800W / 6 Pass

ACCESSORIES

    • Standard Rack
    • 3

What people are saying

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the design and features I purchased the new LG electric range as part of my kitchen remodel. The double oven is great and having the knobs at the front of the range is very “handy.”
Date published: 2022-10-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from One year old and completely dead. We got a LG electric, double oven range in June of 2021. Last night, we were making pizza- both ovens on and using a burner, when it all went black. No troubleshooting has resulted in anything. It’s JUST out of warranty, of course. So mad. This was NOT a cheap appliance!!! The diagnostic tool also went dead, so yeah- not helpful.
Date published: 2022-10-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Baking is the Best! We've had our range/double oven for a month now. I love the oven - especially using convection. My cookies turn out perfectly. We're still adjusting to the flat electric range top. It takes a long time for things to heat up. Large pots do not fit well on the back units. Overall, we're happy with our purchase.
Date published: 2022-10-01
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How long does it take the ovens to heat up to 400°?

Asked by: HTTR4ever
There is no pre-determined time for how long the LG 7.3 cu. ft. Electric Double Oven Range with ProBake Convection® and EasyClean®, Model # LDE4413ST will take to heat up to 400°F. How long it takes will depend on your external environmental conditions. It will heat up to that temperature quicker on warmer days than it will on cooler days...^Ivan
Answered by: Ivan4826
Date published: 2022-09-12

Can you turn the front burners on so we can do a large pot or a small pot and not have to have the entire burner on which is very large on when we only need a small pot?

Asked by: DarthJen
Regardless of whether you are using the front burners or rear burners on the LG 7.3 cu. ft. Electric Double Oven Range with ProBake Convection® and EasyClean®, Model # LDE4413ST, the cooking areas on the range are identified by permanent circles on the glass cooktop surface. For the most efficient cooking, you need to fit the pan size to the element size. There is one dual-element located in the left front position that can be used as a dual or single, and the triple element can be used as either a single, dual or triple element...^Ivan
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2022-05-09

Easy Clean requires 2 cycles to generate any steam in lower oven and measures about 160 degrees, still cool in upper level. Any tips?

Asked by: Farmgran
Unlike the Self Clean feature that can be used to remove HEAVY, built-up soils with intense heat, the EasyClean® function in the LG 7.3 cu. ft. Electric Double Oven Range with ProBake Convection® and EasyClean®, Model # LDE4413ST is quick and effective for small and LIGHT soils and it takes advantage of LG’s EasyClean® enamel technology to help lift soils without harsh chemicals, and it runs using ONLY WATER for just 10 minutes in low temperatures to help loosen LIGHT soils before hand-cleaning. The EasyClean® feature may not be effective in removing heavy, built-up soil, so you would need to n, clean the oven regularly using the EasyClean® feature to prevent heavy, burnt-on soil from building up in the oven. When needed, the range still provides the Self Clean option for longer, more thorough oven cleaning for heavier, built-up soil...^Ivan
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2022-02-22

Can you use both top racks for baking cookies in the upper oven?

Asked by: Anonymous
If cooking on multiple racks, place the oven racks in the positions shown on page 30 of the owner's manual. You can download the manual from the product support page at https://www.lg.com/us/support/product/lg-LDE4413ST.BSTLLGA. ^Daphane
Answered by: LG Electronics
Date published: 2021-12-22

Two out of the 5 burners don't work. How can I fix the problem?

Asked by: broke range
The burners on your LG 7.3 cu. ft. Electric Double Oven Range with ProBake Convection® and EasyClean®, Model # LDE4413ST will need to be inspected and diagnosed to determine why they are not working so they can be fixed. There is a variety of reasons why they are not working starting with the surface element board, a surface element switch, the coil surface element, the radiant surface element, loose or burnt wire connection, or with the incoming power. Regrettably, without inspecting the range oven, there is no way to determine what the issue is so we cannot advise you on how to fix the issue. If you have experience with repairing range ovens, you can open it up to inspect the elements that are not working to see if you can identify where the issue is & order the replacement parts or use a multimeter to test the incoming power to the elements that are not working...^Ivan
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2021-10-26

How big of a Turkey can the bottom oven handle?  15lb Turkey?  20lb Turkey?? At least a approximately???

Asked by: islhmte77
Approx. 20-24 lb turkey depending on the shape of the bird.
Answered by: Chris P Bacon
Date published: 2022-09-14

Can you lock the dials on the front so kids can’t turn the stove on?

Asked by: Agamb
The Lockout feature for the LG 7.3 cu. ft. Electric Double Oven Range with ProBake Convection® and EasyClean®, Model # LDE4413ST automatically locks the oven door and prevents most oven and cooktop controls from being turned on. It does not disable the clock, timer, or the interior oven light...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2022-01-30

is a standard dual 40amp breaker adequate for this range?

Asked by: sidsgrrl
No. I had to upgrade to a 50 amp circuit. I found that using both ovens and three burners for Thnaksgiving I kept popping my 40 amp breaker. I havent popped the 50 amp breaker even once. So far 50 amps has worked even for holidays. If you do use it with a 40 amp circuit, then dont do everything at once. Warm up the lower oven first, as it will help warm the upper. Then warm up the upper one second. But dont turn both on to wamr at teh exact same time. Same on top, stagger the burners so you warm them up seperately so they all don;t draw power exactly at the same time. Remember the initial warm up draws the msot power. After that it is a metter of keeping wamr and draws less power.
Answered by: Paul Kinc
Date published: 2021-08-08
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