Cracked inside oven glass -- safe to use?
My steaming adventures -- without laying a towel on the oven door -- finally resulted in a cracked inside oven glass. I have a replacement on order.
I baked a pizza at 400 degrees today, and the oven held the heat amazingly well, according to my oven thermometer, and the outside of the oven door did not get hot; I've since found out that my Jenn Air range has four layers of glass in the oven door.
Has anyone with a cracked oven glass gone ahead and continued to bake bread at around 500 degrees with no further cracking of the glass, or other problems? What about steam...would that make the glass more likely to crack further? Guess this is both an experience and an engineering question!