Question about Ovens
There are stains on the glass inside my Beko oven door cavity which I can't get at, so even though the oven is clean the stains/marks are still visible. Can the inside glass be taken off to allow access to the stained glass?
Oven door glass is a "sealed" unit that accumulates stains over a period of use. It is not intended to be removed, unsealed, cleaned, resealed, and reinstalled.
Posted on Dec 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this is common its called vapor lock look for screws holding in the glass if none are found there is a rope looking seal around it take a hook or pliers and remove it the glass will come out you can clean in between it and put it back fairly easily.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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