LG LRG4115ST review

The LG LRG4115ST has a generous 6.3-cubic-foot oven capacity – that’s enough room to easily fit a 25-pound turkey, without it getting too close to the walls.

LG LRG4115ST review
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Top Ten Reviews Verdict

The LG LRG4115ST's attractive design, many features and large oven capacity make it a great option for big families and home chefs alike.


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    Large capacity

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    Self-clean function


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    The warming drawer can't be used for storage

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The LG LRG4115ST is a 30-inch gas range that boasts a 6.2-cubic-foot capacity. Complete with many clever features such as EasyClean, and ProBake Convection, the LG LRG4115ST oven is ideal for family homes or for cooks that need plenty of oven space.

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LG LRG4115ST gas range: Features 

Inside the LG LRG4115ST, you can customize the space to fit baking pans and casserole dishes by sliding its three racks into seven positions. One of these racks is even a gliding rack, which makes it easy and safe to move items like heavy roasting pans. 

You can see the entire interior of this gas range’s convection oven through an oversized window. Its heating element is against the back of the oven, which helps distribute heat evenly. Inside, it can reach temperatures up to 550 degrees Fahrenheit, and its potent broiler has a 14,500 BTU heat output.

The drawer below the oven has three temperature settings to keep food warm, which is great when you serve multiple courses or entertain guests. LG recommends you avoid using the drawer for storage when the warmer isn’t in use.

This LG LRG4115ST range’s versatile stovetop has five burners, including a powerful primary burner that reaches up to 18,500 BTU – hot enough to bring a large pot of water to a rolling boil in short order.

 There is also a small, 5,000-BTU burner to melt chocolate or simmer sauces. In addition, the cooktop includes an oval-shape central burner that accommodates oversize and elongated cookware like roasting pans, and it comes with a griddle that rests on top of the grates. The cast iron grates are continuous, so you can slide heavy pans across the cooktop rather than lift them.

The cooktop has an easy-to-clean porcelain-coated finish, and the pan is upswept around the burners and edges, so spills stay put until you’re ready to wipe them up. The burners all have matte caps that match the finish on the grates, and they pop off for cleaning.

The range’s control panel spans nearly the entire width of the appliance, and you can also adjust the oven settings with your smartphone. The LG’s oven includes a timed-bake shutoff and a control lock that keeps kids from turning it on. Also, there are two ways to clean the LRG4115ST’s oven. For light messes and routine cleanings, you can run a 10-minute cleaning cycle. If the oven needs heavy cleaning, you can run the self-cleaning cycle in two-, three- or five-hour increments.

LG LRG4115ST gas range: Warranty

The LG LRG4115STgas stove comes with a one-year warranty that covers parts and labor. LG also includes a five-year secondary warranty on the burners, which is longer than average in the industry. You can submit a service request online and check the website’s library and video tutorials to troubleshoot problems. In addition, you can reach LG’s customer service through phone, email, and live chat.

Should you buy the LG LRG4115ST gas range?

The LG LRG4115ST gas range is a fantastic oven with plenty of space for cooking up large meals. The warming drawer is also a very handy feature. For some homes, this oven may be too large and you'll be better off considering a small capacity model.

Noel Case

Noel has worked as a reporter and editor for many online and print publications including the Salt Lake Tribune and the Ogden Standard-Examiner, covering diverse beats like education, city development and politics. He also wrote and edited an online monthly magazine for the nutritional supplement company Max International. Noel has degrees from the University of Utah and Weber State University in psychology, English and creative writing and is passionate about writing in all its forms.