Question about Kitchen Ranges
Bought a used Southbend commercial range and we need to remove the door to get it into the house.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Clean Oven Door Glass
To remove oven door:
1. The oven door is held to the oven door hinges by two
screws. (One in each hinge.)
2. To remove the oven door remove the two screws.
3. Close the door to the broil stop position and lift up.
then remove the door handle and take out all the screws around the edges of the door and pull the out side cover from the inner but a word of caution there are about three or 4 pieces of glass they are tempered and about 100 bucks a piece and most times they wont get real clean and will get messy again
Posted on May 24, 2008
Hi, is this unit a convection unit? usually you don't need to remove the door to replace the thermocouple, if it is convection unit, you will need to shut the gas off, remove the safety, and there are two metal plates covering the burner area, take those out, the next thing is to remove is the burner, it is usually just fitted in the back, once this is out, as the pilot is attached to it, you can replace the t'couple now, assemble reverse.
If you really need to remove the door, and you are really lucky, remember to undo the spring hooks holding the door so it does not snap the door closed during disassembly, usually you can just pry up on the triangle near the hook, releasing tension to unhook the door hooks, leaving the springs attached. You can just take the screws out that hold the top of the door, the bottom of the door, and I think the handle, then the door skins split, and on each side at the hinge, there is a set of bolts holding the hinge in place, remove these, and you should be able to remove the door, otherwise you need to take the bottom kick plate off, along each edge inside the door frame, are screws holding the outer channels in place, remove these, and down along the inside of the kick plate edge too. Easily pry these away from the oven body, older units had a solid piece from front to back, and you had to remove the entire side panels, or were spot welded altogether, all you can do then is pry them back best as possible, and hopefully they won't crease. Inside these channels are the hinge plates that the hinge goes into, unbolt them, slide the door out, and there you have a door in you hand. Garland has a kit to replace all of these parts as you go, if they are badly worn. I know, allot for a thermocouple. Hope that helps, and thank you.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
SOURCE: viking igniters door removal?
Remove the access panel below the door, there is a screw at either side below the door, the panel will pull forwards at the top giving you access to the wires
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
off the bottle you will need a regulator and at the back of the stove you will need a yellow gas tap as an isolator remember bottle pressure can reach as high as 1200kpa on a hot day and you only need 2.75kpa for the range and your line size is 1/2'' and use gas tape on all fittings and leak test with soapy water
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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