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Oven racks in my self cleaning oven /get back shine

Help i left my oven racks in my oven which is self clean but i noticed that my racks have no more shine to it ! how can i get back the shine?

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If you have the time and the energy use a paste of baking soda and a brass brush (from home improvement store) or a piece of aluminum foil. You will have to scrub for hours, but it does work!

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Good Afternoon Friend,

I understand that you are having trouble with your Electrolux Icon oven, model# E30SO75ESS, and running the self-clean cycle. I see that the lock button keeps flashing and that you have the racks and rack holders out. I suggest following the steps below to run your self-clean cycle:

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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.

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Do we leave the racks in the oven while cleaning it ?


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I assume you are referring to the "self-clean" function of your oven, in which case, the answer is no. All racks and the broiling pan, etc should be removed from the oven before initiating self-clean mode.

I can't give any specific instructions for the self-clean mode on your oven as you have not specified a brand or model number. If you need any further assistance, please post back with these details.

Please note: The high temperatures generated during "self-clean" have been known to cause the door locking mechanisms on many ovens to become stuck in the closed position. This often requires a service call to rectify the problem. If you are planning to use the self-clean before cooking your Christmas meal tomorrow, please bear this in mind. There is little chance of getting a service call between now and then.

Hope this helps.

Happy holidays!
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No.... the heat warped the sides of the oven and wrecked it......you try and beat the sides back out.... either way you have a junker now....

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