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I don't know how to clean the oven


Hello OTCHENASH...

Make & Model would be really really really helpful here!!!

if It's a NEW STYLE self cleaning oven... read the new manual.
or
if It's a OLD STYLE self cleaning oven... read the old manual.

It makes a HUGE DIFFERENCE...

Any advice here could fly right in the face of what you
owners manual dictates

You TYPICALLY remove the shelves.. and prep the interior with a warm sponge... to pick of loose particles.

Sets the controls for clean... return WELL after cool down.
Make sure the interior surface is cool to the touch... and
ONLY THEN :
Clean up the ash with a damp sponge!

Clean and return the shelves... and you are good for your next mess.

If it is not SELF CLEANING... get out the HAZ-MAT suits..

Again... remove shelves food, etc.
Open windows... Read the CAUTIONS on the label...
Follow those directions VERY CLOSELY... Else...

Get dressed and go out and by a new oven.

Happy hunting!

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There is a fishy smell coming from the refridgerator, I just cleaned the interior completely by taking all the shelves out and cleaning the whole interior. This did not help! Any ideas what could be...


Well I don't know exactly what is "Causing it" however i do know how to "Fix It" and that is to put a saucer of Baking Soda in the middle of the shelves and leave overnight.. with the door closed and On, next day or so ... No smell works like magic....
Also make sure you, get the drip tray & clean in the creases of the door seal too, they need to be toothbrushed in the grooves carefully too for best results.
link below...
http://www.ehow.com/how_112122_refresh-smelly-refrigerator.html

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Oven shelve falls


You are right, this is very dangerous. It is possible that your oven walls expanded, but honestly, I've never heard of this before, but this is what it sounds like!! I would call Sears right away and have them come out and check it. If the walls did expand, you have a defective oven and they should recall that model. I'd really love to hear the outcome of this complaint, so please let me know how everything turns out for you. And you better get it repaired before Thanksgiving. Have a great day!

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Fridge part not cooling properly


Miss Sugarbaker, it almost sounds like a airflow issue, but check to see if the interior light is going out when the door is shut. This would cause the higher temps on the top shelves. The damper assy. is controlled by a thermistor that sends the temp info to a main board in the back. If this thermistor is bad, the damper will not funtion properly. Catriver..post back.

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