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Re: The metal drip tube that is situated from the top...
If you remove the tube, it can be gently heated with a torch and the grease allowed to run out, after which, pass large amounts of hot hot water through the tube. to clean without removing, I find a speedometer cable works best to get a path through the pipe, then again, large amounts of hot hot water to flush out/clean the pipe
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A gas stove shouldn't smoke. Is is clean? There is some grease that has eluded your cleaning efforts of interior surface?
Here are some tips that may help you resolve this problem:
Check the broiler flame. If the broiler flame is not adjusted properly, you could be creating soot from the burner flame.
Position the items that your are broiling lower so that they do not splatter grease up onto the broiler baffle.
Use a broiler pan that will drain grease and drippings down below the top surface.
Broiling many items will naturally produce some smoke. If you have the oven door closed when broiling then the only place that the smoke can go is up and out of the oven vent. If you partially open the oven door, some of the smoke will come out of the door opening.
You may have residue on the top walls of the inner oven cavity. Do you have self-clean feature on your range to clean the oven? Follow all of the procedures in your owner's manual to properly clean the oven using the self-clean cycle. This may clear out any undetected residue that could be causing excessive smoke during broiling.
Wipe out the oven with paper towels. As much as you can. Try putting some baking powder down to absorb the grease then wipe it out. If the flames are not huge it should be ok. Mine did that once and burned out the grease and did not damage the oven, but they were very small and burned down quickly.
sonud likr the little switch in the door lock is stuck when you put it on self clean there is a switch that puts it in to clean and now its stuck try to give the top at front a light bang and see if that jars the switch if not that will ned to be located and eather replaced or buy passed
ater spilled (4-5 cups) on the stove top running down into the stove control panel face (where you view oven temp, timer, etc). No water ever dripped into the oven or oven window. The stove top still works but the oven, warming drawer, clock are all non responsive after three days. No buttons on the control panel work at all. What repair is needed?
Your stove has no parts that contain any type of oil or grease. It's possible that the prior owner accidently spilled some oil on the stove. I would continue to clean up the grease and hopefully it will all run down and after the clean up, it will disappear.
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this part is labled drain cleanout 71002402, however the actual draintube part number is 74005855, retails for about $20 probably easier to replace the entire tube, and although its not real clear on the part break down id imagine its simply slid along the side of unit