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I'm ready to purchase a y452 that seems to have a good amount of rust inside. will this rust reduce wit the high heat or will it get worst over time and turn into a rust bucket?

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  • jettingtothe Jul 18, 2009

    i'm ready to purchase a bakers pride y452 gas oven that has rust inside the upper deck and a little inside where it produces fire. will this oven eventually turn to a rust bucket. or will the heat while on reduce or eliminate the rust?

  • jettingtothe Jul 18, 2009

    i'm ready to purchase a y452 bakers pride gas pizza oven that has rust inside the upper deck. it's fully operational. will the rust get worst over time or should it be ok?

  • jettingtothe Jul 18, 2009

    i'm about to purchase apair of y452 bakers pride gas pizza oven that has rust inside the upper deck; will the rust continue? or should it stop being that the oven was sitting for a while but will be running all the time when i get it?

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Pizza has moisture in it and it is released into the air when baking. Moisture accumulates and if it isn't consistently wiped from the surface, then that surface will rust. The surface could be refurbished but it usually doesn't do that much good to bother, since the rust tends to come back and will get worse. I guess if you want to buy it, it would have to depend on how much you are paying and how long you intend for it to last whether you get it or not. Let me know how this turns out.


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    It will run fine, but it will continue to rust over time. Depending on the amount of rust, it should last a few years at the very least

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If the rusted areas are not directly contacted by the flame then they can be treated and last another few years. However if the rust will come in contact with, or be near the flame then the rust will be intensified and sped up. High temperatures increase the rate of rust and corrosion. Where it may take it two or three years to rust through, with excess heat and flame the process may only take about six to eight months. If you are serious about these cookers then keep in mind that there will be additional repairs over and above normal due directly to there rust and water damage. Hope this helps. Please re-post with updates or questions. If you feel that this solution has helped then please accept and rate. Thanks cj2176.

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Heat does not make the rust go away..
I would advise purchaing a stove that has rust inside of it..
The rust could very well get worse over time..

Have a good day ;o)

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    Carl Jul 18, 2009

    Rust will continue to decay the metal..

    What more can I say ?



    The question has been answered..

    Please rate well ;o)



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As long as the appliance is still functioning you are fine. Just make sure to remove the rust, apply organic rust remover (there's a lot currently in the market) if necessary. If not, it will eat up your metal and eventually affect your insulation which will translate to loss of temperature/heat.


I hope thi helps.

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Posted on Jul 18, 2009

  • jessy Jul 18, 2009

    Hi,



    No, heat while oven id ON would not melt or remove the rust.



    You have to remove rust first before using it. Here is an easy and economical way..



    first remove as much rust as you can by scrubbing with steel wool(no soap) ,use baking soda and salt ,clean as much as possible,rinse throughly .dry in the oven at about 250 for 20 min.then after cooling apply your usual cooking oil...back in the oven at 250 for 20 min more,then scrub with a plastic scrubber and clear water only ,dry...........now ,in the future,never use soap,only oil ,baking soda, and salt,always dry in the oven,never put away wet.



    Cheers!

  • jessy Jul 18, 2009

    Hi, If the price is right, that would be a good buy. That oven is reliable. Just do a preventive maintenance with a little focus on rust before using it. Preventive maintenace will definitely eliminate the rust.

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