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Left a silicone liner in a self-cleaning oven when I cleaned it

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I turned on the self-cleaning element in my Beaumark self-cleaning oven and accidently left a silicone liner in the oven. After the cleaning was over, I loked in an the liner was part powder, part fused to the bottom of the oven. Any suggestions on what to do or do I have to buy a new range.

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  • PastorJenny Jan 20, 2009

    I did the same thing last week. My entire oven was covered with white power. I got most of it cleaned up, but when I turned the oven on last night to cook there was a horrible smell. What do I do? Is the smell dangerous? Do I run the self-clean again? Help!

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JUST SCRAPE IT OFF IF YOU CAN. OTHERWISE RUN ANOTHER CYCLE AND BURN THE REST OUT OF THERE.

OR JUST USE IT AS LONG AS YOU DONT SMELL ANYTHING BAD.

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Pastor Jenny - did this work? i just did the same thing!

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