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Whats the easist way to remove grease when cleaning

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Hot soapy water to start. Anything left after that I recommend Tough Stuff. It's sold at the auto parts store and comes in a yellow spray can. Be sure to follow the instructions spray and wait 40 seconds then wipe.

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Grease filters can be cleaned, according to your manual.

If you've misplaced yours, it's online here.

Charcoal filters cannot be cleaned and must be repaired.

From the manual:

Reusable Grease Filters
The reusable grease filters should be cleaned at
least once a month. Never operate the
microwave without the filters in place. In
situations where flaming might occur on
surfaces below the hood, filters will stop the
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