How do you install oven door on Beaumark Model 13340-1
Finally got oven door out to clean the inside compartment. But no way I can get the door to get back in . It has 2 metal pieces on each side - one long and one short. Can't get the short one to go in far enough to catch on the notch.
Re: How do you install oven door on Beaumark Model...
Figured it our by myself - the 2 hinges (long and short have to be "hooked" together and then inserted into the oven hinge opening. After I solved it found the solution is also posted on appliance repairs- how to remove and install oven door. It also posts pictures. http://www.applianceaid.com/oven-hinges.html
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Hi, Some ovens are self cleaning During the cleaning process, the oven heats up to a temperature of 900 degrees Fahrenheit. The extreme heat cooks off food and spills inside the oven, leaving ash that can easily be wiped out. The oven door locks while it is cleaning to prevent the door from being opened. Self cleaning ovens are better insulated than regular ovens to keep the extreme heat inside.
Read the owner's manual that came with your oven before you perform self cleaning. Although all self cleaning ovens work basically the same way, there may be slight variations for some manufacturers and models.
Take out the oven racks. You need to clean the oven racks by hand, and then put them back in when the oven is done cleaning.
Wipe up any spills and messes inside the oven first, using warm water and a mild soap. Ovens smoke more during cleaning when there is food inside. Wash the inside of the oven door as well. Do not scrub the door gaskets, just gently wipe them off. Damaging the gaskets prevents the oven from sealing.
Lock your oven door manually if your model does not lock it automatically when you clean.
Open a window near the oven for ventilation. There is a certain amount of smoke when you clean the oven. The dirtier the oven is, the more smoke is created.
Turn the control on your oven to "clean" and set the timer for 2 to 5 hours depending on how dirty your oven is, and what the manufacturer recommends.
Wait for the cleaning to finish and the oven to cool before opening door. When oven is fully cooled wipe up any ash inside. If your oven is not completely clean, next time set the timer for longer. If your oven is spotless you might want to see if you can get away with a shorter cleaning time.
Tips & Warnings
Because self cleaning ovens are better insulated, they are more energy efficient when used for cooking. However, if you run the self cleaning feature on your oven more than once a month, you offset the savings you realized. With light to moderate use your oven should be able to be cleaned every one to three months.
Save on the electricity used with a self cleaning oven by cleaning the oven right after use at a high temperature. For example, if you set your oven to clean after making French fries at 450 degrees, it takes less energy to get the oven up to the required 900 degrees.
If you have pet birds, take them out of the house before cleaning your oven. Over heated cooking surfaces, oils and fats, can create fumes that are harmful for a bird's delicate respiratory system.
Since you did not include a model number this solution will be from the hip as I can not refer to any manuals to assist you. Most ovens the oven door comes off by tilting the door out to the first stop and then lifting is vertical inline with the position of the hinge at the bottom of the door. Some of them may have retaining screws on the inside of the door to keep the door attached to the hinge area that must be removed FIRST. The hinge itself should stay attached to the oven.
I can probably provide you with a source (Maybe more than one) for the door glass if you respond with a model number,
When you attempt to take the door apart lay it down on 2 rugs so you do not scratch it. Use some blocks of wood UNDER the rugs to prop the door up so as not to damage the handle.
The door glass is replaced by removing the screws from the indide of the door. Sometimes you have to remove the trim pieces in addition to the multiple door panels. Everything is done from the inside of the door. You must take out the inner panel, Then the inner glass, then the spacer, the insulation if any and finally the outer door glass. Reassembly is in reverse order. Outer glass, spacer, insulation if any inner glass, the inner panel and re-install the trim if you had to remove it.
If you can, usually it is possible, remove the door from the oven. open door to the first open position..(broiling) about 6" open then (make sure any screws are removed from hinges holding door in place) lift up and out at the angle the door sits.place on counter and start removeing screws. can be a whole bunch of em..
depends on type of unit,but most separate by opening oven door and removing the screws around the perimeter of the door, be careful reinstalling as to get inner and outer glass re-positioned right along with insulation,this is especially critical because the outer glass can't withstand self-clean temps and will break
0 Check if there is a hinge stop bracket located at the hinge point of entry on the oven, in that case remove it. 1 remove the oven door by pulling it up and removing from the the hinges. If glass is broken , then secure glass with tape. Have a table with a cloth on top ready to lay the door. 2 Remove the outer screws , starting from lower side of the panel. 3Removethe
inner screws. Keep all set of screws ordered, and take note of theorder
you remove them. You will follow reverse order in reassembly. 4 the frame will be free now, 5 Remove the external glass panel and leave it in a safe place. 6 Replace the inner glass. 7 Clean outer glass and metal door, re-assemble it and mount it back
I also report testimonials for your model:
"removed the door from the
oven by releasing clips attached to the door hinge -- very nicely
engineered. Removed about 6 philips head screws to allow the door
assembly to be taken apart for access to the glass. Lifted out the
broken glass, cleaned the inside of the door, installed the new glass,
reassembled the door (a two minute project), and reattached the door to
the oven. Cleaning the inside of the door"
"I removed the oven door by
lifting it off with the hinges. Disassembled the door parts one at time
making sure I remember where I removed the screws until I am able to
get to the broken glass. The most difficult part is making sure that
the insulation strip & the gasket stayed in place after I replaced
the broken glass & doing the reverse process of installing the
parts together. Relatively easy process as long as you remember where
the parts go. When in doubt, I had to refer to the pictorial of the
disassembled door shown on your website."
I continued a search and found a manual on line... simple process to turn on self-cleaning operation... close the door and set to "clean" ... timer on this model is automatic... runs for 3 1/2 hours.. fan continues for an additional 30 minutes ... open the door and the oven is clean. Thanks