Question about Frigidaire FEF366 Electric Kitchen Range
A very strange thing happened today and I was wondering if someone could help explain it. I was getting ready to cook a pork roast and I had pre-heated the oven to 450F. It's a 30inch Frigidaire self-cleaning oven and it's about 7 years old.
The roast was in a roasting pan on a rack and it had about 1 cup of wine in the bottom of the roasting pan. About 5 minutes after the roast was in the oven, the door suddenly burst open about 3 inches and flames shot out of the oven toward me while I was cutting some other food (I'm ok - just some singed arm hair). It was as if there was a mini explosion inside the chamber. The glass is fine - the oven worked fine after, and it was an outstanding roast.
What the heck happened?
Wine fumes ignited i would not recommend putting alchol in a closed space with 450 degrees of heat
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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