Question about Electrolux EW30EW65SS Stainless Steel (Electric) Double Oven
I accidentally dropped a piece of chicken and it fell on the bottom of the oven door that was open. Somehow some of the drippings got in between the outermost layer of glass that is actually built into the oven door and the next layer of 4 layers of glass. I can get the inner most piece of glass out, but cannot figure out how to get the next two layers out so that I can finally get to the worst piece. I'm afraid that I might break the two inner layers that some next.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
glass is glass. wouldn't say its normal but not an unheard of complaint, YOu purchased an ICON, id call the manufacture, wouldnt be suprised if htey took care of that for you! thats their pride and joy!!!!!
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
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