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How do I clean between the two panes of glass of the oven door?  I can't get at the stain.

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  • norca3 Jan 16, 2009

    To aborcass -  Thank you, but I understand it can be done without taking the door apart by going through the bottom.

  • norca3 Jan 16, 2009

    Thanks again for your help.

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Youlls need to remove the door forom the unit and disassemble the outer door glass, not a major deal, al ittle patience will get it done if oyou would like to know how to do it exaclty youll need to send me the model number so i can look it up for a part diagram..

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

  • Ron Coons
    Ron Coons Jan 16, 2009

    yes you can do it without removing the door,I do this for a living, I WOULD RECOMMEND removing the door, ifou droop that glass while trying to balanceit trying to get the screrw win or out, your into a $50-100 piece of glass, in most cases the door simply lifts off allowing you to work on it on a flat surface MUCH EASIER!!! but its up to you!

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