Question about Ovens
Any idea how I can remove the drip marks from in behind the glass on the front of the door of my oven. I can't see an easy way to remove the glass to clean in behind.
Since the manual doesn't tell you how do this, and the repair place can't either (other than a service call) I got a little creative without trying to take the whole door apart. First, un lock the hinges and take the door off, It's a bit heavy so be careful. Lay the door on it's back. Now find something long and thin ( a yard stick will do) drench a long cloth with windex and then slide the cloth and the stick between the glass, just make sure you hang on to the cloth so you don't get it stuck between the glass. This worked perfect for me, and saved a service call. Poor design, it should be simple to remove the glass, I guess the designer never cleaned an oven. Make sure you put the door back on correctly, othewise you will go nuts. Angle it in on a 45 dregee angle to the first notch. Then instead of naturally trying to close it up, pull it down slowly to towards floor to open up the hinges and then close it back up. Good luck
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
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