Locate the model number/serial number on the rating plate on your range which is located in one of three places as noted below: On the left side panel under the left front grate support/ burner bowl. On the front of the oven cavity below the control panel. On the bottom of the control panel above the door. Look on the framework at the front for the model and serial number. Open the oven door and look on the right side doorjamb. The model number plate may be in the middle, at the top or on the bottom of the doorjamb. Turn your head to the right to read the model number. Scrub the griddle plate with a mixture of one quart warm water and 1/4 cup white vinegar, using a blue Scotch-Brite™ pad. Dry thoroughly. Wash griddle with warm, soapy water. Rinse off and dry thoroughly. "Viking" is written on the front of the refrigerator. The model and serial numbers are located either behind the produce drawer or on the ceiling of the interior of the refrigerators. The 42-inch wide or freestanding refrigerators are not included in this recall. On one side of the butt the word "Viking" will be engraved. It will have a capital "V" with the rest of the letters lower case. Look directly under the word, "Viking. " On authentic Viking cues, you will see the letters "USA" centered under the word "Viking" and will all be capital letters.
Locate the model number/serial number on the rating plate on your range which is located in one of three places as noted below: On the left side panel under the left front grate support/ burner bowl. On the front of the oven cavity below the control panel. On the bottom of the control panel above the door.
How to Remove the Oven Door on a Viking Range Open the oven door completely. Insert the door pins that came with the range into the pin holes on each side of the open door, located in the middle of the hinges. Remove the screws on the hinge trim with the Philips screwdriver. Take off the hinge trim on both the right and left sides.
Common causes for a Viking refrigerator leak include: Ice forming, chips of ice, and food debris can commonly get clogged in your defrost drain, blocking regular flow and generating a leak. This is a very common issue among refrigerator repairs and can easily be handled by a professional!
Brush your grill grates with a soft brush to remove as much rust as you can. Put your grate on your barbecue and sprinkle it generously with baking soda. Turn your barbecue on and watch the baking soda begin to bubble and remove the rust. Turn off the grill and let it cool down.
Keeping your oven clean Soak chrome shelves in soapy water or place in the dishwasher to remove any build-up of food. Leave bicarbonate of soda on top of stubborn stains overnight to remove stains. If your oven has a glass screen, make sure you clean it after cooking roasts, which may spit and leave fat residue behind.
Use a no-scratch cleaning pad to scrub with hot water and mild detergent or a paste made of baking soda and water. Use a degreaser, such as Formula 409, if needed. Then, rinse and towel dry. In a worst case scenarios, spot clean with Fume-free Easy Off or use Carbona Oven Rack Cleaner.
Pros. There are no harsh or toxic fumes. The Easy-Off Fume Free Oven Cleaner can be used safely on self-cleaning ovens without the self-cleaning cycle. It works well on even the most baked-on food (this includes mac and cheese and lasagna that might have boiled over and left a mess).
Cleaning a Chrome Griddle While griddle is hot, scrape surface clean of food debris and grease buildup. Pour on warm water and scrub using a palmetto brush. Again, do NOT use an abrasive, such as grill bricks or scouring pads. Repeat if necessary. Allow surface to cool and dry off.
How Should I Clean a Griddle After Using It? Let the griddle cool down after cooking. Scrape the surface with a metal spatula or scraper; Wipe it down with a paper towel. Pour some water onto the griddle while it's still warm. Rub a nylon scouring pad gently on the surface. Rinse off the water with paper towels.