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Old 02-01-2011, 02:58 PM   #11
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thanks for the pasta spillover idea! however i plan to scour 1 of the 4 grates to see if i can take the smooth finish off. i note the bottoms are rough which is how the tops ought to be. being the pots and pans slide so easily, i get concerned one may take a flying leap w/ hot food in it and be all over the place.

i love the oven as it is perfectly level and right on the temp i set it for, so my cakes, casseroles, and meats have come out great so far. Baking cookies is always a good test too.

well off to scour a grate and see......

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Old 04-23-2011, 07:51 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by GrillingFool View Post
i find that if you overfill a pot with some good thick sauce... spaghetti is good..
and let it boil over a few times, then don't clean the grates, your problem goes away
You might have to repeat the process a few times.

;) ;) ;)

I have the same problem with my gas range. Have had it almost 2 years and I still worry about the slippery grates. No advice except be careful !

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Old 04-24-2011, 08:31 AM   #13
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I had that problem too. I cook with cast iron and let me tell you, those pans take that slippery shiney coat off in no time! My brother's coment about how it doesn't look nice with the burners scruffed up was met with the reply that the stove works for me, I don't work for it!

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