couldn't find your model but this is similar http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YFTYWsiO1M and here again is the closest i could find online that might help you out. http://www.youtube.com/user/RepairClinic?v=lJX15HyREgc&feature=pyv&ad=7235351741&kw=range%20door.on some doors you just lift up and the door slides off of the hinges,others like in the videos have metal clips that have to be pulled and lined up to get the door off and some you have to stick a screw or anything that fits in the hole to lock the hinge so you can remove the door depending on the model you have.take your time,remember where the screws came out and how you dismantled it and put it back the same way you took it apart.look at the glass and make sure you put them in the same way,very important,there is an inside and an outside on the sheets of glass,if you don't put the heat tempered side in so it faces the heat the glass will shatter when it heats up.also a razor blade will help to scrape off the baked on grease.just take yout time,put the glass in the same way you took it out and you'll be fine,lay down a large towel on a table or counter with plenty of room,windex,paper towels and a few razor blades,a phillips and straight blade screw driver and you should be all set.good luck and have a great holiday.one more tip,don't self clean your oven or stove before the holidays,i see this all the time,people self clean and the stove breaks down and you can't get parts for it in time so wait till after the holidays to do this,do it by hand for now and have a great christmas and a happy new year.
Hello there: this code can also be a f-0 code but they still mean the same thing and here it is
F0 and F1
Range Control (ERC)If your appliance is still under warranty i would use it or you can get the part at a local appliance repair parts store if there is one in your area or you can order it online thru repair clinic.com Hope this is very helpful Best regards mike
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Here is a tip that I wrote that will help figure out why the burner spark keeps