Rated 1 out of
Major fail too early
We bought this item about 5 years ago. After 3 - 4 years, the oven would no longer hold the temperature. We had the igniter replaced, it worked for several months, same problem again. This may be the only issue, but i would not give a poor rating if this happens in year 8-10 of the product. If you sell a quality unit for higher end price, you expect it to last. Manufacturer Warranty is pointless, unless it an absolute lemon, problems will not arise until you are well outside the 1 year, or whatever it might be.
Date published: 2020-08-25
Rated 1 out of
Have has issues with heating errors and temperature fluctuations since we bought it. No one can pinpoint the exact cause. The F9 error code is prevalent among a lot of owners. Replacing LG with a more reliable brand.
Date published: 2020-06-06
Rated 4 out of
Save yourself from a tin foil nightmare!
Folks, do not put tin foil or disposable tin pans on the bottom panel inside this oven, you know, what we sometimes do to line and protect the bottom surface from splashes. The foil will melt to the enamel. Yes it will! My oven was brand new when this happened, and after research I found only hydrochloric acid dissolves tin foil, but it takes time, a few hours. I used Lysol toilet cleaner believe it or not and it worked, but...the acid dulled the gorgeous shiny blue enamel in a big way, now it just looks like a massive brown blotch. Why did this happen? Unlike most ovens this model's heating unit is in the bottom center, and it gets hot enough to melt foil, causing it to adhere to the enamel. They don't tell you this when you buy the oven so be careful! You can read many other's LG nightmares with this model and tin foil in message boards online. It's a discontinued model so I'm looking for a replacement panel and crossing my fingers!
Date published: 2018-03-04