Question about Cannon Kitchen Ranges
My lad broke the bottom oven door so i had to purchase a full door and a striker pin seperate, but am finding it impossible to fit this pin and angry with cannon as it should already be fitted after paying £120 for the door please can someone help me with this since cannon customer help is useless
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sesspod, 2 things... 1.) Pull the oven out and look on the back of it, there may be an envelope back there containing a technical data sheet which includes a wiring diagram. If not on the back, then possibly under the cook top. It is somewhere on your oven, sometimes the hard part is locating it. If you can find it, look closely and you'll see the wiring color and location is labeled. 2.) If you can't locate the tech data sheet, can you post a good macro picture of the back of your new switch so we can see what you're dealing with.
Posted on Aug 11, 2007
SOURCE: KESC307 Oven Door
Generally, the procedure is a straightforward mechanical one.
First, check below the door for screws and remove them. Next, open the door and find the screws on the side and inside of the door. Remove them. Careful...when the door panel comes off, the door will be much lighter and will slam closed if not restrained. The panel should 'fall away' from the door. Have someone assist you here! At each stage, take a digital picture of the disassembly so you can assist yourself in putting it back. Clean the glass with a blue cleaner and buff out. Use a scrubby or very fine steel wool to gently remove any stains from the old glass you're reusing. Do this on a bedding of newspaper. Always handle glass by the edges.
When installing the glass, it should generally be apparent which way it goes in. Some glasses have patterns on them which correspond to the door opening...if it is the outer which is being replaced. Note them. There may be an up or down as as a result. Any foils or patterns are positioned to the direction you won't have access to later.
You'll likely need a second pair of hands to put it all back together. Take your time. Don't force anything. Tighten screws evenly.
Posted on Dec 03, 2007
all cars have lap seat maybe to top and the bottom of the belt are connected together but that our lap belt what kind of car i look at it for you thanks for using fixya pierre
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
the glass on this door, is held up only by the lower trim, and sits behind the handle escution(very small contact point) as far as the trim for sides, the slip under top esctution,and behind the door glass(sorta keep the glass from contacting the metal frame of door.} much easier to do with door off of unit, refer to manual as how to remove the door if needed
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
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