LG ranges bring power and precision to any kitchen, with pro-style features that keep things cooking every day of the week. Enjoy even baking results on every rack, every time* with LG ProBake Convection®. Cook large meals easily with 6.9 cu. ft. of capacity and a built-in warming drawer. Even cleanup is simple-LG EasyClean® delivers a spotless oven in just 10 minutes and three easy steps**.
*Compared to LG's conventional ovens.
**Among major leading appliance brands as surveyed in June 2017. Heavy build-up may require additional manual effort or use of the full self-clean feature.
Enjoy even, professional style cooking at home with LG ProBake Convection®, the gold standard in convection technology.
Largest Capacity (6.9 cu ft.) Gas Double Oven
Largest capacity oven in its class*to handle all your family's cooking needs.
5 High Performance Sealed Burners
You have a wide range of needs and the 5 High Performance Sealed Burners are there to meet them. These easy to clean burners provide flexible cooking power from 5,000 BTUs to 18,500 BTUs.
UltraHeat™ 18.5K BTU Power Burner
Cook more, wait less with the power of LG UltraHeat™ burners.
3 steps. 10 minutes. 1 spotless oven.
Ergonomic, Tilted Front Controls (Gas)
Sleek, angled controls put power and visibility at your fingertips.
SmoothTouch™ Glass Controls
Sleek SmoothTouch™ glass controls for easy operation and cleaning.
Expertly stir fry, steam, poach and sear with the LG Detachable Wok Grate.
Access your favorite dishes with ease.
Select ranges are offered with a free griddle pan that fits perfectly on the oval burner on these ranges. You can start cooking right away - pancakes, eggs, meat, and everything else that can be cooked on a griddle.
Brilliant Blue Interior
The Brilliant Blue Interior means it cooks as beautifully as it looks.
The best view in the kitchen! This super-sized window allows you to easily check the progress of a meal no matter where it's placed in the oven.
*Based on LG internal survey (October 2018) for 6.3 traditional self clean gas & electric single ovens, 6.9 gas double ovens and 7.3 electric double ovens.
This range is as effective as it is attractive.
As we prepares for delivery, I had a panic because the height dimension on the site said 38" and the counter is 36". I then realized that the height included the grates. The top of the unit itself is flush with the counter top.
At first, it seems like you need a PhD to operate the whole thing and that's true. After a few runs, you get used to it.
We haven't used the oven enough to know whether we need to recalibrate the thermostat and we don't understand the remote start feature at all.
The griddle gets in the way of normal operation so I end up removing it most of the time. However, it does not take long for this puppy to get up to temperature - which was frustrating at first because we are used to electric appliances.
Also... Keeping the top clean is not the easiest, but I don't mind showing our cooking beast TLC everyday.
I have owned this oven for just over a month and I love how well it performs. The two separate ovens gives you the ability to run two different temperatures, cooking times and the 5 burner top comes with the center griddle top (could use a larger grease trap) overall I am very impressed with the oven.
This is a nice range that performs well so far. The Ultra-high heat burner and Simmer burner are nice options to have, love the 5th center burner with griddle option. It's great to have a double oven as well - helpful for entertaining!
The main negative for this model is the design of the control panel and oven controls. The controls to select cooking mode for the ovens are found on a dial, in line with the burner control dials. This dial selects the modes for upper and lower ovens as you spin it. The dial has very small print and the part you need to read is pointing straight up, so it tends to catch reflections from the lighting in my kitchen. I am at an age where I need glasses to read fine print and it is honestly hard for me to read on the dial whether I'm controlling upper or lower oven functions and which function is being selected.
The selected cooking mode appears on the control panel screen as you spin the dial - this is easier to read but there is no indication whether it correlates to the upper or lower oven. (See attached photo for the view of the controls from where I stand in front of the range.)
Another annoying factor is that there are included Pizza settings on the upper oven, but no real explanation for what that means (once you select Pizza, you can scroll through Pizza 1, Pizza 2 and Pizza 3 - but what do they mean???) - we tried it out and ended up with burnt crust. There is an explanation of these functions buried deep in the user manual, but why include a food-specific function that is not intuitive and whose meaning is oblique?
Bottom line, operating the oven controls is cumbersome and confusing.
The timer is also less than ideal - if you tap the + button, the minute count goes up one minute at a time, but if you hold it down with a long press that's just longer than a tap, it starts bolting upward in 10 minute increments. My old range had a timer which allowed you to select 10 second increments, then switched to minutes after a reasonably long press, then finally jumped by hours - this worked great and seemed simple. It seems like someone went out of their way to design the timer on this range to be jumpy and difficult to use.
I absolutely love this stove, water never boiled faster, fish never cooked juicier, love the 2 ovens - the wifi texts i get when my preheat is done or my timer has gone off, i can preset my stove on the way home via smartQ, not that i have to since it heats up so quick. and its super pretty
Love the stove, but it does not fit flush with the back wall due to a full panel on the backside which does not allow the gas line to be hidden. Therefore, the stove will not fit all the way back against the wall and the sides are exposed for a couple of inches. My old gas stove did fit perfectly in the space. Pics attached of new stove.
I’ll start by saying I’m a huge fan of LG. We have their OLED 65”, 4K ultrafine monitors for our computers, washer, dryer, fridge and now this dual oven with range hood. Preheats amazingly fast! The burners are excellent. Finish and overall appeal in the kitchen is great. Installation was not difficult at all. Purchase Weiman stainless steel wipes and some microfiber cloths to keep it looking flawless. Refrain from using anything with an abrasive touch because I imagine the stovetop will scratch very easy. I can see from other reviews that the dials need to be handled with care as well. Saw a few people saying they fell off after a years use. Only major downside was it took almost 4 months to be delivered. At least that gave me the opportunity to get the best price match as the sale price dropped several times during that period.
I had my new LG double oven installed two weeks ago. I have used the cooktop often and the oven a few times. I enjoy having a smaller top oven that takes a shorter time to heat up since there are only two of us and I don’t always need a large oven. I did put my roasting pan in the bottom to be sure a turkey will fit. I’m sure a decent size turkey will work. I never buy anything over 18 lbs. but if you want a larger turkey, you will want a full size oven.
So far I’m finding the keypad easy to use. I will probably never use the smart features since I don’t like to carry my phone around with me and my house isn’t so large that I won’t hear an alarm go off. I am in the habit of using an old fashioned spring alarm since it’s loud and my old oven had a weak beep that I couldn’t hear over the tv. I will just continue to use it.
Everyone has commented on how beautiful the oven is. The interior is gorgeous too. I haven’t tried to clean it yet, so we’ll see how that works at another time. Overall, I’m happy.
A:AnswerThe gas stove has a full panel on the back and won’t allow the stove to be against the wall. There is no place to put the extra long gas line, so the stove is a couple inches from the wall. Also, there will be a couple of inches of the side exposed since it won’t fit flush with the back wall. See my pictures below.
A:AnswerIf you are buying the gas stove you might need to have your gas valve set back in the wall
There is no offset in the back of the stove
The stove is flat on the back
But what an awesome stove wife loves it
A:AnswerThe LG 6.9 cu. ft. Smart wi-fi Enabled Gas Double Oven Slide-In Range with ProBake Convection® and EasyClean®, Model # LTG4715ST comes with an LP Nozzle Conversion Kit, part number AAA75946008, attached on the back of the range oven. ^CP
A:AnswerThere are range ovens that feature technology that is similar to LG's ProBake Convection but with names such as 'Pure Convection', 'True Convection', or 'European Convection'. Typically for ovens that feature convection baking modes, the heating elements are in the top and bottom of the oven cavity and a convection fan in the middle of the back wall in the oven cavity. The fan circulates hot air inside the oven to create a more even temperature throughout the oven cavity and cook food faster than a traditional oven. In LG Range Ovens that feature LG's ProBake Convection, the heating element is placed around the fan so that the air is heated as it circulates throughout the oven. That is a feature that is often included in high-end brand ovens. As implied in the title description, the LG 6.9 cu. ft. Smart wi-fi Enabled Gas Double Oven Slide-In Range with ProBake Convection® and EasyClean®, Model # LTG4715ST features LG's ProBake Convection®...^IFV