You might be asking "why would you possibly want to remove your oven door?" There are a couple of reasons why. One reason is so that you can reach into your oven better during a deep clean. Another reason is that sometimes the glass or windows looking into your oven will get dirty and you want to clean them. The other reason is if the glass broke or shattered and you have to replace it. No worries, Mark is here to show you step-by-step as to how you can remove your oven door.
Keith is here to help with the big dilemma of either repairing or replacing your microwave. Watch the video to get all of the insights. The big rule of thumb deals with cost. Use the 60% rule to decide if you should repair or replace it. If the cost of repairing your dishwasher is less than 60% of what you paid for it, then you should think about getting it fixed. If it's going to cost more than 60% of the total cost that you bough the microwave for, then you should just repl
A newer feature in cooking is having your oven have convection cooking. Our Brand Source teams love seeing people install convection ovens and or ranges in their kitchens. They are becoming more popular and customers are seeing great results with their meals. Here is a closer look as to what the big deal is with convection cooking. What is Convection? Let’s fist start by explaining what convection cooking is. A convection range or oven has a fan and exhaust system. These are
These two types of cleaning options are the most popular methods for cleaning ovens today. According to most reports, less than half of the consumers who own a self-cleaning oven actually utilize the self-cleaning feature. Self-Cleaning Ovens This type of oven utilized extreme heat to clean the oven; temperatures can reach up to 1000 degrees Fahrenheit. This extreme heat allows the residue in the oven to be carbonized and literally turn to ash. The ovens smooth enamel coating
For a classic Thanksgiving dish just like mom used to make, this green bean casserole is sure to please everyone at your holiday table! Ingredients: 2 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon sugar ¼ cup diced onion 1 cup sour cream 3 cans French style green beans (cut and drained) 2 cups shredded Cheddar cheese ½ cup crumbled butter crackers (like Ritz) 1 tablespoon butter, melted Directions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Melt 2 tablespoons butter in la