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The cooktop layout is different on this model, featuring two large, dual-element burners for rapid boiling or cooking, two smaller burners, and a warming burner, for a total of five.

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The heating elements are housed under the ceramic glass cooktop.

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The LRE3027ST features a scrolling display.

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The inside of the convection-capable oven is a vibrant blue.

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Unlike more-traditional models, this LG features a warming drawer. This could be especially useful for people who entertain often.

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The LRE3027ST features an infrared broiling system, which boasts the ability to sear food the way a grill would.

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The infrared grill looks different than a traditional broiler because it heats plates rather than coils.

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