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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: GE XL1800 Door
For one if stuff had got between the two glass plates the you need to replace that seal that can be harmful for any one standing in front of the microwave when it is running.
Posted on Sep 05, 2006
I have a Kenmore with similar issues.
Anyway, good luck with this. Hope someone has an answer for you (and me).
Mine has a open slot on the top front of the door. Kinda like a double plate window execpt for the opening in front. Why is this there? I don't know. Weird design. But it leaves for the possibilty of liquid to splash in there leaving it hard to clean (like impossible).
I'm thinking I have to completely remove and disect the door.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
SOURCE: GE XL1800 Door
OK, I'm no handy man and I just figured out how to do this. Open the door and remove the black plastic cover surrounding the inside glass. I used a regular flat head screw driver to pop this out.
Now I removed the 3 screws holding the inner panel against the glass on the front door. After removing the screws, the inner panel is held in place by a series of plastic clips. Go around the perimeter and pop the plastic clips out so the inner panel including the mesh comes out of the door.
Now you have complete access to clean the inside of the glass door!
I found it easier to do this operation with the door completely off the microwave, but you should be able to do this with the door in place too.
Posted on Jul 25, 2010
I have a GE Spacemaker over the stove microware. I found that after my wife did her sscrub job to remove grease from the outside glass and the wire mesh, the wire mesh apparently trapped some water inside or under the mesh - it looked white & cloudy. I used the hair dryer and after a 10 minute of blowing on higfh heat, the condensation dissappeared.
Posted on Oct 06, 2011
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