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You will need to remove any metal trim surrounding the glass. It usually just slips/pop off. Once that is off, the wing nuts and clamps will be exposed. There will probably be quite a few. All of them will need to be removed and set aside. Depending on what type of gasket material the manufacturer used between the glass and the metal firebox, will determine how easy it will be to remove. I hope for your sake, it's a rope gasket. If not, it will have a rubberized high temp gasket material, which may require a thin blade metal putty knife. It will be used to carefully get behind the glass and the rubberized gasket to help it release from the metal around the firebox. try to keep the gasket in one piece. If you can't it will have to be replaced.
Once the glass is loose, carefully lift it up and away from the fireplace. It's best to clean it on a flat surface (counter top, kitchen table, etc) that has a couple of layers of cotton bath towels for padding.
DO NOT use a commercial glass cleaner to clean the glass. As most have ammonia in them. A 50/50 solution of White Vinegar and water works best. Use a clean sponge to wipe the glass with the vinegar and water solution. Paper towels to dry it. Use only as little pressure as need to clean the glass, as you don't want to break it. If the glass has a heavy build up on the inside part of the glass, you can use a plastic mesh scouring pad to get this off. Then wipe again with the vinegar and water solution and dry it.
After everything is cleaned and dry, reinstall the glass in reverse order of how you removed it.
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1. Unplug the power cord. 2. Clean the outer case with a cloth dampened with a mild detergent and water. 3. If the document table glass gets dirty, clean it with a soft dry cloth. If the glass is stained with grease or some other hard-to-remove material, use a small amount of glass cleaner and a soft cloth to remove it. Wipe off all remaining liquid. 4. Ensure that there is no dust on the glass of the document table. Dust can cause white spots in your scanned images.
*** CAUTION: Do not press on the document table glass too hard.
5. Be careful not to scratch or damage the document table glass, and do not use a hard or abrasive brush to clean it. A damaged glass surface can decrease the scanning quality. 6. Never use alcohol, paint thinner or corrosive solvent to clean the scanner. These chemicals can damage the scanner components as well as the case. 7. Be careful not to spill liquid into the scanner mechanism or electronic components. This could permanently damage the mechanism and circuitry. 8. Do not spray lubricants inside the scanner. 9. Never open the scanner case.
***NOTE: Wipe the inside of the document cover and the scanner's document table before scanning transparencies.
There are several things that could cause this; 1. The rinse agent dispenser is out of rinse agent(Jet Dry). 2. The dispenser is not working and is easy to replace by removing the four screws that hold the door panel on and the two that removes the dispenser(be sure the breaker is turned-off). 3. The water temperature coming into the unit from the water-heater is not hot enough. 4.Your water may need to be tested for excessive minerals or chemicals. 5. Low grade detergent may not dissolve correctly.
1.you must fill your dispenser with jet dry.2. make swure water is hot going into maching from faucet then start machine. 3.add cascade soap. you will see a big difference. im a old bosch tech:) let me know what happens .
The white residue could be water spots from hard water. They are most notably left on clear plastic glasses, clear glasses, and silverware. If your silverware is authentic sterling silver you shouldn't be washing it in the dishwasher anyways as this ruins it.------
The best advice for the hard water is to use jet dry there should be a dispenser for this on your dishwasher. The other solution is to use those oxi clean tablets or the cascade 2 in 1 gel packs. normally,this is caused by hard water. try using a dying agent like jet dry, it will stop the white spots. good luck.-------- This
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if some shuttered/debris **** inside of the pump it stuck on your impeller balde inside pump,its not easy to open pump assembly, To reach the water pump, remove the sprayer arm and screen and then the pump housing. Remove the bolt, and the pump components can be disassembled.
On some dishwashers, the lower impeller serves as a drain pump. This type of system usually has a reversible motor; machines with nonreversible motors have drain valves, as detailed previously. If your machine possesses this impeller pump system, and the water will not drain from the dishwasher, clean the lower pump impeller. This may solve the problem. Otherwise, call a professional service person.have a nice day rate my solution if your satisfied,thanks
Sounds familiar. I saw this thread this afternoon while trying to clean my own oven window. My sense is it is definitely a design flaw. It's just too easy to drip something down the top door vents onto the inside of the multiple glass panes.
Here's what I did. I removed the door, following the manual instructions. Open the door to 1/4 and lift it up. Then I put it down on a soft surface and started removing screws until it came apart. It wasn't too complicated though it took some time. Be sure to keep track of your screws as you do this as there are a few different kinds.