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That would be your broiler for broiling

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Is there a support for lower oven element a peace of metal/ or it seats on the inside of the oven bottom,on own curve?


It depends on the oven model.

A cheap DIY solution is old BBQ rack, either as is or cut as needed and rest element on it. BBQ racks are built with material which can handle very high temperatures made by oven elements.

Apr 03, 2017 | Ovens

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Electric Oven Problems - What not to Use in Your Electric Oven


If you have an electric oven, there is one thing that you do not want to do. It does not matter if you have a wall electric oven, a wall double electric oven, or a freestanding electric oven. If the heating element in your oven is electric you do not want to do this.

After normal use of your oven the broiler pan, the oven racks, and the drip pans in the bottom of the oven can become soiled to the point where they will not clean properly anymore. Many people try to make the inside of their oven “look” better and give it a cleaner look by wrapping or covering these things with aluminum foil.

While this may give the oven a good clean look it also creates a problem for you and your oven. Aluminum foil is highly conductive and will “short” the electric elements in your oven if it comes in contact with them. This short means that the electricity will flow through the element and out of it at one point in an uncontrolled manner. This will cause a surge through the element to that point, which will cause the element to fail.

What many people also fail to realize is that the foil they wrap around these thing can move as the oven heats and cools. So even though the foil is far away from the element when you wrap it on, it can move till it comes in contact with the element and then in a moment it is too late to correct.

It has also come to my attention that some people may use aluminum pans in the bottom of the oven to catch any spillover that may happen. In my opinion that is just as bad as the foil wrap. These pans will warp with the heating and cooling also. If you can get a pan on the bottom rack and your food on the top rack, then you are good... the aluminum cannot get to the element in anyway...

If you have racks, pans, or other things in your oven that are too dirty and bother you…you are better off to buy new rather then take the chance on ruining your day in a flash.


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on Mar 12, 2010 | Ovens

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Hi all, I have posted a few photos , it would be a great help if anyone could identify this model and give me the missing marks of the oven. Thanks.


Look at the bottom of the oven . From the inside, remove the racks. You can remove the bottom metal plate which will expose the tag with the model number on it.

Oct 22, 2016 | Ovens

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How do i fix an oven that bakes unevenly


the cooking I can't help with, but the oven I can.

sounds to me like the bottom element or what controls it is not working. the reason the ones on top are cooking is that the top element is coming on and browning them on top after the heat has made the dow rise and cook.
so essentially everything is cooking from the top down. so when the temp drops its using the top element to heat with and thus browns the top rack.

check ur elements to make sure both work, if so, move on to the thermostat which I have to be the culprit many times.

Feb 26, 2015 | Ovens

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I removed all the racks from my upper oven (including the side racks) to self-clean and am getting the "remove racks" light. I've cleaned the oven before and never had this happen. The...


There is a button on the top receiver bracket on the left side... when you take the rack support bracket out you will see it. Take a damp sponge and go over that area, pressing the plunger/button in several times. That should do it. Sometimes grease build up can prevent the button from popping out all the way, so the oven thinks that the racks are still in there.

Aug 21, 2011 | Electrolux ICON Designer E30SO75ESS Oven

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Baking on two racks - whenever I try to bake cookies on top and bottom racks, the lower tray does not bake anywhere NEAR as quickly....should I be able to bake evenly on up and down racks?


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Two racks never bake as evenly as one unless you use the fan inside the oven if you have one...The fan will also shorten the baking times...
The other thing that I would check is to make sure that the lower element in your oven is not blown and you are heating with the top element only...

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Oct 02, 2010 | Whirlpool 30" Self-Cleaning Freestanding...

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Electrolux Icon Oven won't self clean - "Remove Racks" displayed


I was getting the remove rack error until I finally figured out what it wanted me to remove. When you say you removed the rack supports, do you mean just the sliding parts or the whole side metal rack support? At first I thought they were bolted in, but I read somewhere that they come out, too. Upon further investigation, I found the rack supports just slide into the side walls at 4 points. I had to use a little force to pull them out, but they came out and my oven is self-cleaning as I write this. I just thought I would share in case you or others haven't figured it out yet. Now I will just have to see how hard it is to get them back in...

Nov 01, 2008 | Electrolux ICON Designer E30SO75ESS Oven

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Concealed oven


consealed bake means that the bake element on the bottom had a metal plate above it to make it easier to clean and to allow you to use the lower racks without burning the bottom of your food. To use, you want to make sure that the oven temperature that you set has been reached before putting in your food to be cooked. You also should put the racks one notch lower than you normally would. If you do this, you should have no problems with your food cooking unevenly.

Jun 28, 2007 | Amana AOCS3040SS Electric Single Oven

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