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Old 03-18-2009, 02:41 PM   #16
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You can turn on the self clean function AND make the pizza at the same time
yes I suppose your right.... nothing like a 8 or 9 min pizza at a high temp with the crust thin and crispy....just like in nyc or wooster st new haven you can't get it done right at only 500 degrees my alternative is to get a coal fired brick oven sooo i'll just stick with the self clean mode

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Old 03-18-2009, 02:42 PM   #17
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your pic makes no sense?? stupid and slow I think you mean
Your calling ME stupid?

I ain't the one playing house trying to rewire kitchen appliances


But that's ok . You thound kinda cute, you thavage
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i'm just confused by the original question.... over ride??
do you perhaps mean the door-locking feature that self-cleaners have that prevents it from being opened while at that temp?
that would be a mechanical 'fix', not electrical, clover dude.
and i don't see why you couldn't take the lock out. as to the safety of doing this..... well, i wouldn't.... but you're not me.

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i'm just confused by the original question.... over ride??
do you perhaps mean the door-locking feature that self-cleaners have that prevents it from being opened while at that temp?
that would be a mechanical 'fix', not electrical, clover dude.
and i don't see why you couldn't take the lock out. as to the safety of doing this..... well, i wouldn't.... but you're not me.

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soooo, that means you WOULD disengage the locking mechanism?

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soooo, that means you WOULD disengage the locking mechanism?

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