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Melted foil in oven

Someone layed aluminum foil on the glass that covers the heat coils of my Dacor Oven on Thanksgiving. The foil melted and we can not get it off. Any suggestions?

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    aluminum foil is melted on my heating element

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Hello. Unfortunately the only way I have fixed this is to change the entire oven cavity. This was on a Wolf oven. I have never seen a glass bottom oven but maybe you can replace just the bottom.

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Try this take them out if the oven they just unplug in the back soak them in a de greaser with lemon juice really hot water let me know if this works

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