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I have a GE self cleaning range model: JBP68MOK1BS My problem is that there soil marks in between the two glass panel on the oven door. How do I get in there to clean.

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Hello,

Usually, there are fasteners holding the inside panel to the outside cover together. Between the two is insulation. Your two glass panels are probably held in place by tabs that are folded over or screwed in place retainers. To clean your glass, which apparently is soiled by a leak in the glass to panel and cover seal from either tabs being loose or retaining clips being loose.

You can use Oven Cleaner to clean the glass and then run them through a dishwasher, but check on the can of oven cleaner before you purchase them to be certain this product is safe to use on glass.

Hope this gets you on your way and has fixed your dilemma.

Worldvet

Posted on May 21, 2008

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