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If you use glass at all, it should be indeed special glass made to withstand the high temperatures. However, there is no reason to use a glass door for your oven. If you need a cheap repair, you can make a door out of any other material that is sufficiently food safe and can withstand the temperature. A sheet of steel will work, and can be shaped as needed....


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You can't use just any sheet of thick glass for your oven door. Glass for your oven has to be tempered to resist high temperatures. Untempered glass will likely crack pretty quickly with regular use. Moreover, an oven door usually made of glass which breaks into "rough pebbles" rather than sharp shards if it breaks, to decrease the risk of injuries if the ...


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I'm going to say, "yes", there is a reason that oven glass needs to be able to stand up to the heat. Even for a toaster oven. Safety. What Kind of Glass is Used in Oven Doors The online order/quote for tempered glass I pulled up, guessing a 8"x12" sheet, quoted at $60 (plus taxes/shipping). Then you have to take into consideration: the glass for your ...


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There are some ovens that vent outside, but these are the exception. Assuming we're talking a typical North American oven, check one of your rear burners; the oven is typically vented through there. For induction or radiant cooktops, there's usually a vent above the rear elements. Obviously there's no easy way around this, but if you were feeling inventive ...


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No ovens are designed to ventilate outside. I actually tried making mini oven with vent connected to window but it not only failed to contain heat but also heated my room anyways.


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So it's not directly fighting the air-con in summer, my usual trick is … Oven on, kitchen window open, kitchen door shut. If you have an extractor hood that vents outdoors, that's going to help the job the open window is doing too. After cooking, oven off - mine has fans that vent into the room, separate from the ones circulating the heat internally. They ...


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In order for the heat of the oven to be purposefully ventilated somewhere else, there would have to be not only a fan, but a back door in the oven and some way to trigger the opening of the door and turning the fan on and off. There are no back doors in ovens.


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I have a swanky Viking oven that, when it decides to light and do some work, does exhaust heat to the outside via some interior fan. It is not the same fan as it has over the cooktop where you can see it sucking up smoke and cat hair. You can hear the interior fan go on about 5 min after the oven has been shut off. So it is possible.


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I've never seen one that vents to outside, and I've used kitchens in several countries. In many places we need to heat our houses for quite a few months each year, and the waste heat from cooking is very welcome. I try to avoid using my oven in summer, choosing other things to eat instead. Note that modern ovens are designed to be well sealed and well ...


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I've never heard of an oven being vented to the outside. So, unless you have an exhaust fan that is vented to the outside, you're pretty much stuck with the heat. Note, though, that the oven will gradually cool down after the energy source is cut off. The entire amount of residual heat will not dissipate nearly as quickly into your house as long as you keep ...


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