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30 in. 5 Burner Element Slide-In Induction Range with InstaView and Air Fry in PrintProof Stainless Steel

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  • 6.3 cu. ft. Large Capacity Induction Range
  • ProBake Convection, Air Fry & Air Sous Vide
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About This Product

Elevate your cooking experience in style with LG's all-in-one induction range. Energy-efficient Induction technology uses electromagnetic energy to directly heat your cookware instead of the cooktop surface, for fast heating, quick and even cooking, and precise temperature control for consistent results. The cooktop surface remains cool until the cookware is in place, making it safer to use and easier to clean than gas and electric cooktops. With this versatile, multi-functional range, you can air fry enough hot wings to feed a crowd, turn out racks of perfectly baked cookies with ProBake Convection, and Air Sous Vide your best cuts of meat, fish and vegetables. The sleek, slide-in design and InstaView window enhance your kitchen's style while the PrintProof finish and EasyClean interior help keep your range looking like new.

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Product Information

Internet # 329104370

Model # LSIL6336FE

Store SKU # 1011049369

Store SO SKU #1011008484

Specifications

Dimensions: H 36.5 in, W 29.88 in, D 29.28 in

Specifications

Dimensions

Depth With Door(s) Open 90 Degrees (in.)

48.03 in

Element No.1 Size (in.)

8 in

Element No.2 Size (in.)

11 in

Element No.3 Size (in.)

6 in

Element No.4 Size (in.)

6 in

Element No.5 Size (in.)

6 in

Oven Interior Depth (in)

20

Oven Interior Height (in)

21.38

Oven Interior Width (in)

24.88

Product Depth (in.)

29.28 in

Product Height (in.)

36.5 in

Product Width (in.)

29.88 in

Range Size (Width)

30 in.

Details

Amperage (A)

40 A

Appliance Category

Range

Appliance Series

Not Applicable

Appliance Type

Electric Range

Capacity of Oven (cu. ft.)

6.3 cu ft

Capacity of Oven (cu. ft.)

6.3 cu ft.

Cleaning Type

Self Cleaning

Color of Cooktop

Black

Color/Finish

PrintProof Stainless Steel

Color/Finish Family

Stainless Steel

Commercial/Residential

Residential

Control Type

Touch

Controls Location

Front Control

Cooktop Features

Radiant, Standard Features Only, Warming Zone

Cooktop Surface Type

Glass Top

Drawer Type

Lower Storage Drawer

Element No.1 Type

Induction

Element No.1 Wattage

3200

Element No.2 Type

Induction

Element No.2 Wattage

4300

Element No.3 Type

Induction

Element No.3 Wattage

1800

Element No.4 Type

Induction

Element No.4 Wattage

1800

Element No.5 Type

Radiant

Element No.5 Wattage

100

Fuel Type

Electric

Hardware Color/Finish

Stainless Steel

Hardware Color/Finish Family

Stainless Steel

Included

No Additional Items Included

Number of Elements

5 element

Number of Oven Racks

2

Number of Rack Positions

7

Oven Cleaning Options

Self-Cleaning

Oven Cooking Process

Air Fry, Air Sous Vide, Convection, Standard

Oven Features

Broiler in Oven, Oven Light, Sabbath Mode, Safety Lock, With Proofer

Power Options

Touch

Product Weight (lb.)

187.4 lb

Range Installation Type

Slide-In

Remote Access

Remote Access

Requires Hub?

No Hub Required

Returnable

Non-Returnable

Smart Home

Smart Home Enabled

Smart Home Protocol

Wi-Fi

Voice Control Hub Required

No Hub Required for Voice Control

Voltage (V)

240 V

Works With

Alexa, Alexa, Google, Google, SmartThinQ

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings

Energy Star

Manufacturer Warranty

Limited Warranty: 1 Year Parts & Labor

Questions & Answers

25Questions
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Q:What sizes are the elements of LG LSIL6336FE model of induction range?
by|May 30, 2024
1 Answer
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A:  Hi, DanAlL. The element sizes for the LG 6.3 cu. Ft. Smart Induction Slide-in Range with InstaView®, ProBake Convection®, Air Fry, and Air Sous Vide, Model # LSIL6336F, are listed for each element under Cooktop on the range's product detail page on our site. The Element Size/Wattage for the Center element is listed as 1800 (Boost) / 1300 (Normal) (6"), the Left Front is listed as 3200 (Boost) / 2100 (Normal) (8"), the Left Rear is listed as 1800 (Boost) / 1300 (Normal) (6"), the Right Front is listed as 4300 (Boost) / 2400 (Normal) (11"), and the Right Rear is listed as 6", 100W. The Right Rear element is a Radiant element. It is not an induction element...^Ivan.

by|May 30, 2024
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    Q:Which glide rack is compatible with the LSIL6336F?
    by|May 8, 2024
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    A:  Hey there! There is no compatible gliding rack currently available for model LSIL6336F. We hope this information helps out! ~ Jupe

    by|May 11, 2024
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      Q:I just went to http://spr.ly/6426ksBhE to find out which model of induction range 6336 was energy star rated. Could not find anything about the F or FE
      by|Apr 30, 2024
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      A:  Hello, Bnozzi. The LG 6.3 cu. Ft. Smart Induction Slide-in Range with InstaView®, ProBake Convection®, Air Fry, and Air Sous Vide, Model # LSIL6336FE is an Energy Star Certified range oven. If you look at the main image on its product detail page on our site, you will see the Energy Star logo on the image. You can also visit the Energy Star site at https://www.energystar.gov/productfinder/product/certified-residential-electric-cooking-products/results. IT is the third unit listed on the site as an Energy Star Certified Range Oven...^Ivan.

      by|Apr 30, 2024
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        Q:Can the preheat alarm sound be turned off? The instruction manual says only the preheat alarm light and the button beep volumes can be silenced.
        by|Apr 29, 2024
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        A:  Hey there, Tom! According to our owner's manual, you would be only able to adjust the volume of the pre-heat beep sound by doing it on High, Low or OFF. To do so, you would do the following: Press Settings repeatedly until the display. Press 1 repeatedly to select Hi, Lo or Off. and press START to accept the change ^Anthony

        by|Apr 29, 2024
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          Customer Reviews

          4.7 out of 5

          • 4.7 out of 26 reviews
          • 100% recommend this product
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          Loaded with features
          This is a beautiful appliance. We were looking for an induction range with specific features and this has it and then some. We have bake, convection bake, convection roast, air fry, sous vide etc. We particularly love the air fryer feature. Food comes out so crispy. We purchased induction safe cookware. Make sure you put the right sized pot on the correct burner for best heating. It takes about 5-7 minutes to boil water. Faster than my prior gas range. It has easy clean which saves you from going through the whole self clean cycle. It’s also simple to wipe down inside and out. It has 5 burners 1 is for keeping things warm. Ala and all a wonderful addition to our kitchen,
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          • Recommended
          Best oven I ever had!!
          This 30 inch 6..3 cubic feet stainless steel SMART induction range with WiFi enable and air fryer is phenomenal!! I have never cooked or baked in an oven as gorgeous and functional as this one! The induction function does require that pots and pans used on the cooktop must be induction grade. I had old pans anyway from 15 years ago from my gas range so I had fun purchasing beautiful new pans at no more cost than regular ones. It cooks very fasr and efficently. My baked bread in the oven came out perfect and baked in less time as well as my stovetop cooking. The cooktop is really easy to keep clean and the induction function does not make the cooktop hot, which is a huge safety issue if you have children! The energy efficiency is also a huge plus. I would highly recommend this beatiful oven. You will not be disappointed!!
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          Elevating your Culinary Pursuits with the LG Induction Stove
          The 30” energy efficient print proof Elements Slide-In Induction Range with InstaView and Air Fry in Print Proof Stainless Steel is a sweet as they come. The finish is consistent and has a great look. The inside of the oven is a unique tone of blue. The knobs are larger than expected but I have gotten used to them and like them better than the smaller knobs this cooktop is unique in the way that the surface stays cool until the pot and or pan is placed on the burner. Induction cooking simply uses electromagnetic energy instead of those electric heating coils. This is resulting in a more efficient way of cooking. The many ways to cook include the pro bake convention with an induction cooktop. The air fry selection and air sous vide which keeps the temperature 100 to 200 degrees cooking long and slow is a great addition. The stove top responds quickly to your temperature changes. This stove top heats up so quickly but make sure each pan or pot is the same size as the burner you are using. To turn the light on in the oven just tap twice on the glass and the light will turn on without opening the door. There is also meat probe so you can measure the internal temperature of all meats.
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          • Recommended
          A high-quality, full featured induction range
          LG 30 in. 5 Elements Slide-In Induction Range with InstaView and Air Fry in PrintProof Stainless Steel Wow, this LG has nearly everything you could ask for in a modern range. It is a standard 30” width and countertop depth, but with this LG design, provides an enormous 6.3 cubic foot oven. The cooktop is a glass top induction design. That means you will need cookware that is induction compatible. An easy way to check is with a magnet on the bottom cook surface- if it sticks, it’s good! Induction provides a number of advantages over traditional electric cooktops, as to the speed of cooking, energy saving, and surface temperature of the glass top for safety. It has 4 induction burners, and one traditional burner to be used for warming. The oven has its own features. In addition to its size, you can cook several ways: standard bake, convection bake, air fry, and air Sous Vide. The Oven door provides a full view. You can even turn on the interior light by tapping the door glass. To keep it clean, you have two options depending on how much cleaning is needed. One cleans in a matter of minutes using steam, while the second option is the traditional high-heat method. The only two issues I have concern the control knobs. First, the indicators are silk screened, black on stainless steel, making them a little difficult to read. Additionally, the control knobs are located on the front of the range. For us, that means that they are easy to reach for kids and the burners and oven could be turned on accidentally. There is a lockout feature if you can remember to activate it, however, the lockout will not work if any parts of the range are in use. We would prefer them located traditionally, at the back on a raised control panel. Others may disagree, not wanting to reach over the burners. You decide.
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          A Feature-Packed Powerhouse
          I've been putting this LG induction range through its paces, and I'm impressed! The sleek, Print Proof Stainless Steel finish easily wipes clean and looks great in my kitchen. The oven interior features a beautiful dark blue color.Prepping the Oven for Use Before diving into cooking, I followed the manufacturer's recommendations for preparing the oven. Here's what I did: Checked the oven's operation: Turned on the oven and ensured all the functions seemed to be working correctly (lights, heating elements, etc.) Burn-off any residue: After checking functionality, cranked the temperature up to 450 °F and left the oven on for at least an hour. This helps remove any manufacturing oils that might cause smoke or odors during your first baking adventures. Induction Cooktop Features This range utilizes induction technology, which means your cookware must be magnetic to function. Luckily, my trusty cast iron pans work perfectly! Here are some additional cooktop features I appreciate:Automatic shut-off: If you forget to turn off a burner after removing the pan, the cooktop will play a tune and shut off after a few minutes. However, you'll still need to manually turn the knob to off for complete control.Residual heat indicator: The cooktop will display a warning and remain hot for a while after use, with a cooling fan running.Audible timer: The built-in timer is easy to use with simple buttons and an audible alert when finished.Timer monitoring with LG app: While the LG app lets you view the timer countdown on your phone, unfortunately, it doesn't send phone notifications when the timer goes off. One minor detail to note: After a thorough cleaning with the recommended cleaner and with the overhead vent light on, I discovered a rough spot that appears to be a small chip on one of the heating element dots. It wasn't noticeable under normal lighting conditions, and thankfully it hasn't affected the functionality of the cooktop in any way. The oven boasts a surprisingly quiet fan and offers a variety of cooking options, including: Bake Convection Bake Convection Roast Broil High/Low Warm Keep Warm Proof Frozen Meal Air Fry Air Sous Vide There's also a dedicated setting for proofing dough, and the included probe is perfect for precise roasting. The oven even features a self-cleaning cycle for those deep cleaning needs.The storage drawer beneath the oven is a nice touch, and it can easily hold the air fryer rack. The included rear filler is designed to fill the gap between the range and the wall. However, I found it a bit flimsy and difficult to clean, so I opted to remove it. Overall, I'm very happy with this LG induction range.
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          • Recommended
          4 found this review helpful
          Induction cook top made easy
          An up to date cooking instrument. Air Fry – Induction stove top – Air Sous Vide – warming zone. 6.3 cu. ft. to handle a crowd of hungry people. Easy clean. Oven and stove top. The finish on the stove is easy to keep clean. You can tap on the oven door, and bam.. light comes on. Fast heating, means you are not waiting for heat to come up very long, Like older ranges. Learning to cook with induction is easy with the right pans. You can have correct heat to master any dish.
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          We're Cookin' with... Induction!
          We've been looking for a replacement to our high end name brand dual fuel range (gas range, electric oven) for a while, and when we saw this LG electric induction range we knew we had found the range for change! We have owned other LG products, but never a large kitchen appliance. As with the other LG products we have owned, this range has exceeded our expectations for the most part. Why? A lot of things: The glass induction cooktop - easy to clean and maintain. No more having to remove burner covers, having places where old food debris can get stuck, etc. The clean lines and design add to the nice looks. Induction cooking - We've never had an induction cooktop. Fortunately, most of our cookware is suitable for use with induction, and what a difference! You can't describe how quickly food heats up - it's amazing! To add to the fun, it allows you to cook - faster! A feature we really enjoy and appreciate is the cooktop's ability to "sense" if a pot or pan is compatible for induction cooking. You can literally "test" your pots and pans for compatibility and efficiency! The convection oven with temperature probe preheats quickly and even sings you a song when it's ready for use or done cooking. The blue finish is really nice, and seems to prevent sticking of food if it gets on the surface. All is not roses, however. While our overwhelming opinion of this range is extremely high, we did find one feature that we weren't happy with - but - there may be an issue with "operator error," we're not sure. The air fryer feature, used as directed in the owner's manual, did not cook the food as expected. This may not be an issue for the range, it could be a matter of understanding on our part. We're continuing to research this as we use the range more and get comfortable with the ustilization of all of its features. In summary, we highly recommend this LG range. Induction makes cooking amazingly fast and easy to control precisely. The oven is large and has room for lots of food, and cooks it well. The controls are easy to use and see. Another excellent LG product!
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          Huge, Versatile, Quick Induction Range with Convection Oven that includes air fryer AND air sous vide
          This range checked all the boxes for me. It has four induction elements plus a low-power "warming zone" meant for things like melting chocolate. The oven is gigantic and supports regular baking and broiling as well as convection baking, air frying mode and air sous vide mode (low temps for long times). It fit perfectly in the 30 inch opening left from my last range. It can be set up with a three prong or four prong plug - we have four prong, so did it that way. The inside was a bit of a surprise - it is a very charming indigo blue enamel! The interior light is very bright and makes seeing inside easy. The range can also be used with the LG app called LG ThinQ. It was a bit of pain to set up at first until I read somewhere to restart the app if its not setting up and that did the trick - guess it needed to reset something in memory. Once you connect the app, it will share notifications with you - you will get a notification when the oven has warmed up the set point or when the timer is going off. You can also start the oven from the app, but it requires an extra step - I guess that is for safety - you have to set the oven control knob to remote. If the oven is set to off, you can't start it from the app. You can definitely see if any of the burners or the oven is on in the app, and it says it can update the firmware from the app. I have not needed to do that yet. The cooktop has a light bar in front of each burner that shows you what level it is on (the knob is also marked) - this is a very handy feature if you sometime turn on the wrong burner... Installation is super easy. Since ovens have gotten a little lighter over the years, there is a small risk someone could tip it over by stepping on the open door (why would you do that!!). To prevent an accident, the range comes with a special anti-tip mounting bracket that you need to mount in the back that locks in one (either one) of the rear feet to keep it from tipping. the bracket is included - make sure you install it! Very happy with this range already - made a pizza using the convection mode and it came out great. I did discover one little weirdness about the convection bake mode that is not well documented - if you set it 400F in convection bake mode, it will actually set the oven to 375F and then beep to tell you its ready when it reaches 375F. If you actually want 400F, you have to set it to 425F... this is a feature and not a bug!!! I tried setting it a dozen times, checked the manual, and finally figure out it was doing this on purpose. So, you've been warned! I was surprised it comes with two racks (my old range had three) so I will look into purchasing a spare as its useful when making a big dinner to be able to load 3 sheet pans at the same time.
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          Fast cooktop, no problems encountered, many features.
          This slide-in over literally slid into place and could be plugged in. The installers brought a 3-pin power cable, attached it and carried it inside and set the clock. Done. As instructed, we ran the oven for an hour to burn off any manufacturing oils. Everything works as advertised. Cooktop plates, warming plate, convection bake, air fryer, roast with temperature probe. The finish is beautiful and it gleams in our kitchen. The inside of the oven is a lovely blue color and is enameled porcelain. Instruction book is very comprehensive and includes tips on what level oven racks to use for various foods, etc. The controls are very easy to use. The display is very clear and crisp with red and white symbols and text. It is so nice to be able to turn a control knob either direction to get to the high or low temperature end. One can select a boost mode that increases the power for the cooktop elements considerably to speed up the initial heating. When setting a cooking element the power setting is displayed by a red LED bar in front of the element, providing great visual feedback on the setting. The 5th of the 5 cooking elements is a non-induction 100 Watt heating area for keeping food warm. We also use it to warm plates if the oven is not already warm. The 4 induction elements are grouped into two pairs (each pair has a large and smaller element). Each pair has a power limit and the cooktop will limit the other element’s power if boost is used on its sibling. If the cooktop surface is hot, a red indicator light turns on until it has cooled. We found that areas between the circular heating elements can also get hot. Another indicator is lit if any of the elements is on. The cookware used on four induction elements of the cooktop have to be magnetic to work. Cast iron and most stainless steel pots and pans work. If one uses an item that is not magnetic, the power LED indicator will fluctuate to indicate its unsuitability. One can also test a pot or pan and get a score from 0 to 10 for its suitability. We found that the stainless steel kettle we used to work on our previous gas stove was not suitable so we switched to an older kettle which scored a full 10. Our stainless steel pots and pans and our cast iron pans all work perfectly. Once the oven reaches the desired temperature it flashes the oven light and makes a chime sound. (One can also set the volume of the sound too). Two knocks on the oven window will toggle the oven light on or off! (And of course one can also set it with a switch on the control panel.) You also get a food temperature probe and an air fryer tray. They also include some ceramic cleaner and a green scouring pad. There are lots of oven modes: Broil, bake, convection bake, roast, convection roast, air fryer, air sous vide, easy clean, self clean, keep warm, and Remote Start. These are easily selected with a rotary knob. Oven temperatures are easily set by typing in the temperature on the control panel. There is no need to keep pressing a button to increase the temperature up and down. The flow for setting the oven to say, roast for a certain time and then keep the food warm is simple and straightforward. To use the temperature probe we set an internal temperature and the oven automatically switches off when it reaches that temperature. One can also set a delayed start. There are seven rack levels in the oven. Two heavy duty racks are provided. There are two self cleaning options, the “Easy Clean” involves spraying some water inside the oven and placing some water in the bottom, and it steam cleans the oven. Then there is the big time “Self Clean” that uses high heat to burn away the dirt. It has built-in WiFi (which is not needed to use the range & cooktop) and one can start oven operations from their ThinQ phone app (Android and iOS) so long as the oven control has been set to “Remote Start”. One can also see what cooktop elements are on from the app, but not switch them on. It can also update the firmware of the oven when an update is available. The oven also has a self diagnostic feature. (I ran it even though nothing was wrong and it passed as expected.) Some prepared food companies are printing a barcode on their packaging which one can scan with the app (scan-to-cook), it sets the oven’s cooking settings according to the cooking instructions. Pairing the range with the app was very easy and worked perfectly. You scan a QR code, it prompts you to connect to the wifi and adds the oven to the collection of LG products in the app. The app generates a notification when the oven reaches temperature, completes cooking or the timer completes. We replaced a gas range,and the induction cooktop is so much easier to keep clean. The storage drawer below the oven slides in and out easily. We are very happy with the functionality and ease of use of the oven and cooktop.
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          The induction range is exactly what we wanted. The many features of the oven are terrific! I am proofing bread dough in the oven right now! Induction cooking is the best of both worlds; responsive like gas and safe like electricity. We love this LG range.
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