Question about Kenmore 33169 Gas Single Oven
Actually you can remove the foil but it will take patience and several hours. This is what I recommend. BE CAREFUL, remove as much of the foil as possible then turn oven on to 200 degrees. Lay an old wet bath towel on top and use a plastic spatula to remove the foil. Be patient, keep the towel wet and expect this proceedure to take several hours. Do not leave the oven on and go to bed.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
It will not remove it is cooked into the coating now, it happens to alot of people try not to put foil on bottom of oven
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
We Had our stove for about 2mths now and yesterday wife , making yorkshire puddings and yes another member of the aluminum foil club! I went online right away, tried a few things then read a post by some science guy! who said to get Lye, aka. draino ! to to the chem. reaction removal! I could not find Lye so I bought Draino , rethought it might be too much for porcelain finish! So I Bought Sparkle toilet cleaner with Hydrochloric Acid in it ! "READ HANDLING INST!" and but it on the aluminum! it starts to smoke almost right away! Keep it saturated, This is the only thing that will really work! But a full day later it is almost all eaten away and gone! Did not seem to affect pocelain at all! Thanks to Science Guy!
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi Leia, Unfortunately, the aluminum actually melted and adhered. The only perfect fix is to buy a new bottom piece for the oven, it costs about $30.00 and it is very easy to remove the old and install the new. Just a few screws.
You can get the part directly from sears by going to sears.com
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
You may be able to get it opff with the oven hot. Whatever is holding it was liquid when hot before, so should at least loosen enough for you to remove it.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
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