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All of a sudden last nigh it just started acting weird the panel works and the clock etc works as well as all the cooking setting. but it doesn't light up inside and when I close the door to my GE Profile Eterna Space maker it starts huiming like its cooking something
I have a Kenmore with similar issues.
Anyway, good luck with this. Hope someone has an answer for you (and me).
Mine has a open slot on the top front of the door. Kinda like a double plate window execpt for the opening in front. Why is this there? I don't know. Weird design. But it leaves for the possibilty of liquid to splash in there leaving it hard to clean (like impossible).
I'm thinking I have to completely remove and disect the door.
Have to replace the door. You probably removed the protective plastic cover inside the unit intended to keep material from passing through the screen into the area where the glass is located. That was my problem. I thought the plastic was shipping material. My Bad! No way to clean the glass from the inside because they "never imagined" someone would remove the plastic cover.
You need to use the entire correct model number at their site, but you can find a helpful exploded view PDF diagram by searching for "Repair Part" at the GE parts site:
Normally you can separate the door panels without removing the door. I've included a diagram from a Sharp model that might help.
If you do have to remove the door, you have to be sure you reinstall it exactly where and how it was, or you may get microwave leakage.
You should definititely mark the locations of all the hardware before disassembly.
OK, I'm no handy man and I just figured out how to do this. Open the door and remove the black plastic cover surrounding the inside glass. I used a regular flat head screw driver to pop this out.
Now I removed the 3 screws holding the inner panel against the glass on the front door. After removing the screws, the inner panel is held in place by a series of plastic clips. Go around the perimeter and pop the plastic clips out so the inner panel including the mesh comes out of the door.
Now you have complete access to clean the inside of the glass door!
I found it easier to do this operation with the door completely off the microwave, but you should be able to do this with the door in place too.