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Removal of outer door

Removal of the outer door from the inner heat retaining door due to glass being broken do u know how to remove the door.

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  • Bradilee Nov 17, 2007

    My Zanussi ZBF360 outer door has fallen off!

    Whatever was holding it on is missing, and I'm not sure how to fit it back on, as there's no accesss to fit screws and/or nuts

  • Jaromir Dec 02, 2007

    Hallo, I have problem with front door from Oven ZBF 360W The front glass is broken, second glss is fine. So I need to replace front larger glass. I do not know where i can buy that glass and I do know that I should replace only that glass or all door. Could you help me please

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    larger door made of mirrored dark glass

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Not sure if this has been covered - how to remove the door from the oven.
If you look at the hinges theres a pivoting piece (under all that grease) like a zippo lighter lid. Flid that open towards you and the oven door will pop out when pivoted closed - hinges and all. It should be fairly easy to put back too. Then follow the other instructions - screws on door base.

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

  • dddean_282 Dec 13, 2010

    Thanks very much Bill my oven door is back on thanks to you cheers Derek

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Ive just replaced mine, the screws have self tapping threads, the outer door will stay in place while you replace the screws, this can be done holding the screws with a very small pair of long nosed pliers while tightening with a small spanner. a fair ammount of patience is required, and on one screw I had to file the flat part of the screw head for in to fit.

Posted on Nov 29, 2007

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