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I cant unscrew the glass cover for the oven light in order to change the globe

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My husband sprayed oven cleaner (non-caustic) around the edge of the cover, waited
a little while, then used a gadget that opens jar covers and got it out !! Baked on grease wasnt the cause, as it looked clean enough when he got it out.

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If your cover is the screw-on type, it takes a little patience to get it off. Try tapping the cover lightly with a rubber/wooden/plastic hammer or similar object. (I have used a wooden meat tenderizer). You don't want to break it. When you tap it, begin unscrewing it as you tap. The globe will move slightly. The tendency when it does move is to try to completely remove the globe, but this will just cause it to jam again. When it gives just a little, rotate the globe back towards the closed position then back towards the opened position, each time working the globe between positions where the globe will jam. What is usually the case is that there is a bit of built up cooking material that gets in between the glass and metal threads, and over a period of time makes into a crusty substance. By working the globe without forcing it, the crust breaks down into a finer material and the globe will come off.
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