I removed the inner pane of my oven door in order to clean it. But I did not take care to note which way around it was, because it didn't occur to me in time that this might be a relevant concern. One side of the pane has "LOW-E" printed on it, along with a symbol that could be a letter "C", a letter "G", or a circular arrow. I understand that the words "LOW-E" refer to some kind of special coating.
The words "LOW-E" cannot actually be seen when the pane is in the door, because it is hidden by the frame provided by the oven door. But if the oven door were entirely see-through, which way around should the pane be?
- The words "LOW-E" should appear the right way around to a person standing outside the oven and looking through the oven door to the inside.
- The words "LOW-E" should appear the right way around to a theoretical tiny person standing inside the oven and looking through the oven door to the outside.