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The inner window should be part of the outer window. The 2 are one piece. If the inner window on the inside is dirty, then the seal has been broken or the glass is cracked. You will have to replace the entire glass or just live with it being dirty.

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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.
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It makes a HUGE DIFFERENCE...

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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.

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How do I clean inside of glass on the door


Since "open the oven" feels like an obvious answer, I'm going to assume you mean the interior side of glass on a double-paned window to your oven.

If this is the case, you are going to have to break the seal along the outer and inner windows to remove them. Unfortunately, without specifics on the oven's construction, this procedure could vary. I'm surprised the inside of the glass became dirty, which may lead to you finding a bad seal anyways which may need replacing.

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I have only used my large oven three times and already the inside glass is brown. I have removed it but failed to clean it using all the regular cleaning materials. Can you suggest any way of cleaning...


Use a Stanley (or similar brand) window scraper. Hold it firmly and always flat against the glass and scrape that browm muck away. Be careful not to let the points on either side of the blade to dig in as this will scratch the glass.

This type of cleaning is carried out on ceramic/halogen hobs so is ok to use on interior slass oven doors.

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How would you clean an oven if you didn't have hot water or electricity? We clean out foreclosures that usually do not have water or power available, I need something that will clean the oven and the...


There are several products that you can use, you can get spray on cleaners, or ones that you paint the interior with, after letting stand for a while, you rinse and wash the interior with cold water.
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After using self clean oven will not heat on any setting


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If I DO NOT want to use the self cleaning feature is there any other safe way, including using soap and water, to clean the oven without ruining it? (I don't want to use the self cleaning feature)


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  1. Oven door : Wash the door and window with soap and water and rinse with clear water. Use glass cleaner only if sprayed on a cloth first. Do not use abrasive pads, powdered cleaners, or steel wool on glass and enamel, or the surfaces will be scratched.
  2. surface burner : To absorb a spill when it is hot, pour salt on it and wipe it up when the oven has cooled. A mildly abrasive baking soda and water paste can be used in the oven, too.
  3. Racks:Remove oven racks and clean them in warm, soapy water. Stubborn messes can be cleaned by using mild abrasive cleansers or a soap filled scouring pad. Rinse and dry the racks before returning them to the oven.
  4. Metal trim:Metal trim can be cleaned with glass cleaners or mild cleansers, soap and water. Abrasives or cleaners made for oven interiors should not be used.
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Are there any special steps to self clean the oven?


Hi,

Please follow the steps:

Run the self-cleaning cycle for your oven as often as you need to. It reduces almost any spill to a powdery gray pile of ash that can easily be wiped away at the end of the oven's cleaning cycle using a damp cloth. Make sure you have a window open during the process, to help keep smoke from sticking to walls and your ceiling. You may need to wash down the oven door and frame with a gentle cleaner to remove soil residue. Don't scrub the rubbery gasket that seals the oven door. Just rinse it with dish soap and then water. Don't use abrasives, or oven cleaners on the interior of the oven.

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How do I clean the inside of the door window of my self-cleaning oven?


umm. there will always be some assemblence of grease on the door glass, if its on the inner most panel and you can scrub it off, then i would reccomned using a razor blade lying flat to scrape it off, however if it has developed within the panel(s) of glass then the only remedy is to dissassmeble the door and glean them that way.. there was some conflict as to the age of your machine in your description, you say "3-hour cycle for the first use late last spring, if I remember correctly--whatever the directions said to do for the first time, a 4-hour cycle after Thanksgiving last fall and a 3-hour cycle for the second cleaning a couple of days ago since it wasn't very dirty"" so i cant be a mont old??? reason i say is that is the unit you purchased probably come with a pretty kickin warr and the manufacture will want ot make good on your issue if you cant resolve it, betterchance though if only 1 month not 11

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