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The Glass from the front of the oven door is off.

My son spilled some oil and grease onto the door of the oven. While taking the screws off of the inside of the oven door, the outside glass slipped out. I can't figure out how to get it back on. The side trim does not fit within the handle on the top and the rail settings on the bottom. Is there a trick here?

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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

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