The heat guard around my oven door has come away slightly as seen here.
How can I fix this permanently?
posted by waraw
on Feb 17, 2012 -
Upon moving to a new house, I've discovered a very odd problem with the inherited Whirlpool oven. The "temp increase" button makes the displayed temp go down! Unfortunately, the temp decrease button also makes the temp go down...so right now, I can't cook above 350F (the default that appears when you press Bake). Help? [more inside]
posted by armyman83
on Feb 17, 2010 -
The oven portion of our gas range went from being fine to dead inside. Made baked potatoes one night, next night I turned it on and it wouldn't heat up at all. The burners still work fine. I reviewed some literature about repairing it myself, but I'm trying to decide if it's a good idea. [more inside]
posted by Mayor Curley
on Mar 23, 2009 -
My sister has a stone muffin pan like this
(except it is 6 jumbo muffin cups) that broke into three pieces during a recent move. She said none of the cups were damaged, so any ideas on an oven-safe adhesive to put it back together? [more inside]
posted by sararah
on Oct 31, 2008 -
$320 to replace the thermocouple on my classic 1950s-era oven. Too much? Nothing happens when I turn on the gas. I believe the guy when he says it's a bad thermocouple, I just don't know if the price is crazy or not. It's $65 if I send them home without doing anything. Thanks!
posted by scarabic
on May 16, 2007 -
I have a 1940s/50s-era Cookmaster stove and oven. Four burners, white, with stove and warming compartment. It's in great shape, with one problem: whenever I light the pilot light to turn on the oven, a few seconds later there's a "WHOOOMP!" sound - surely some gas build-up lighting - and then the oven is on, and it works fine. How can I fix this? [more inside]
posted by mark7570
on Aug 17, 2005 -
Dutch Ovens, pt. 2: Repair. How to fix chipped enamel before the iron rusts? [+] [more inside]
posted by rxrfrx
on Dec 11, 2004 -