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LG Double Oven F19 - can't use both ovens at the same time - Model LWD3081ST

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The compliant is the customer gets an F19 when both ovens are in use. The customer states that oven can be used individually with no problem.

Ideas for trouble shooting or fault?

Thanks in advance!

Model LWD3081ST

Edited by Ritz

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F19

 

Lower oven does not exceed 150F within five minutes.

 

Check continuity...

 

Bake Element

 

Broil Element

 

Radiant Heater (part of the convection fan housing)

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Thank you

Is there a specific way to test the radiant heater?

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Thank you

Is there a specific way to test the radiant heater?

You can use an ammeter to check the amp draw. If each oven works by itself, but not together, the first thing to check is to make sure the connections in the junction box are clean and tight.

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Thanks for the replies. The true problem is that the bottom oven does not heat. Then after the 5 minutes of not reaching the 150 degree mark it throws the F19.

I'm going to assume either a thermal fuse (no self clean was run however) or a board/relay issue.

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Good job, Ritz!  And thanks for letting us know.   :thumbsup:

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