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Sounds to me like a short. Thats electrical. Now the troubleshooting. I would assume liquid got somewhere and is causing a ground loop somewhere. Thankfully your elecreical system is working as designed. Need to find that short. Possibly one of your element(s) or element connection I think is the culprit. I dont know how handy you are with electrical meters, but i would start at the elements. BE CAREFUL!!! Your messing with 220v. Nasty stuff. Me personally, I would disconnect one element at a time to find which one it is and handle it from there.
Hi I find that oven pride painted on the inside of the oven and left for several hours works wonders, put shelves etc in the plastic bag supplied - shake - and leave for a few hours also. This was a much better product than the lakeland version.K
Use oven pride bags with solution for shelves, shelf brackets, inner door glass. For the remainder if the oven use oven cleaner foam spray on an leave for an hour, then plenty of elbow grease for scrubbing up with a wooden scaper
No and no...
I would use the self cleaning anyway it gets everything too hot and cuases things to go wrong faster, like burning up the coatings on your wires and such...it is a bad idea but it sells ranges...so go figure.
Definetly noy if your glass has a crack... unless you want to replace it right now...
I would not advise you to remove the element unless you feel competent to do so.
Best thing to do is to put the grill full on and let all the fat and grease burn itself off.
you will not hurt anything by doing this.
Make sure you have the griil door open and your house door.
Plz rate my solution.
Bad Safety valve. (valve w/red button). Thermocouple keeps the magnet open to keep pilot and so gas can flow to burner. Make sure pilot is clean and strong and hitting thermocouple. If it doesnt stay lit replace Safety Valve.
Hi, those screws are for the calibration of the knob to the thermostat, so your calibration is correct. Most likely you will have to contact a servicer to check the calibration, and set you knob and plate where they will align with the actual temp again. Hope that helps, and thank you.
if not a lot of foil get that easy off thats made for self cleaning ovens soak it let it sit then wipe make sure you get the one that says safe for silf cleaning dont scrape soak then after wipping off run self clean