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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The window is comprised of two pieces of tempered glass with a metal band seal around the outside. Because the metal and the glass have different rates of heat expansion, material expelled by baking items finds its way past the seal and in between the two pieces of glass. As a practical matter, it is better to live with the dirty window than to risk destroying the oven door to remove and clean it. Besides, if you were able to remove the window assembly how would you remove the metal seal, separate and clean both pieces of glass, and reassemble?
Take off the right side panel and open the control panel door. Take a long screw driver and stick it in the hole where the flame sensor wire goes and remove the screw holding the flame sensor in place. Clean the metal rod on the flame sensor with a piece of fine grit sandpaper or emory cloth. Put flame sensor back in, make sure no insulation is touching the exposed metal part of the wire connector.
If you look under the bottom door you will see a 3/4" tall slot the entire length of the door. This is where the cooling air blows out. In the middle of this slot is the air switch enclosed in a 5" long metal housing. You can see a thin metal paddle sticking out of each side of the housing. These paddles are spring loaded to angle slightly back. When the fan is on, the airflow will push the paddles forward. If they do not move forward, then you will get the error code. The simplest solution is to vacuum out all of the normally collecting dust that keeps the paddles from moving. To better access and clean the area, the black trim piece that forms the slot can be removed by unscrewing the two retaining screws. That can be more easily accomplished by first removing the lower door. This is very simple. With the door fully open, rotate the small metal clip on each hinge so it hooks over the protrusion on the other part of the hinge. Then lift up on the door (close it part way) and slide (pull) the door and hinges out of the hinge slots. There is no need to remove the entire unit from the wall.
There are two metal clips at the bottom of the glass that hold the bottom of the glass in place- you can see these from the inside when the door is open and from the outside at the bottom of the door when the door is closed. There are two metal clips at the inside top of the door. You can see these when the door is open slightly inward from the "switch pins on each side. Open the door. You will see 2 small (about 1/16") metal pieces about 1/2 " in from the 2
switch pins. CAUTION: WITH SOMEONE ELSE HOLDING THEIR HAND UNDER THE
GLASS PANEL. Press the 2 metal pins in. Then slowly pull down on handle
until the metal parts move down past the tiny opening on the black inner
door. This glass is tempered and I can tell you from experience it will break in a million pieces if you are not careful tohold the glass.
Hi, The screws in the bottom edge of the door will need to be removed. The dor handles screws usually help hold the upper part of the door together. There might be screws on each side. Makes sure the door is laying on a flat surface and be gentle with the glass pieces. They are very fragile.
I am sending you a picture of the door pieces and how they line up inside the frame.
Please let me know if I can assist you further.
Ok. Heres what I was dealing with....Dissasembled. NOW (after you scrubbed everything to your liking try this. 1: With the door laying "oven" surface down on a flat surface. Gently place glass sheet/pane down squaring it up evenly as you can. 2: (Might sound strange) Grab the door handle and reposition it where it needs to go and slide the glass in the "ledges". Even everything up square as possible. Insert screws(2), but do NOT tighten all the way. 3: Now you have 2 (L & R) uprights. Insert "handle" end of uprights first, then align carefully the "tips" into the holes, and then snug the oven handle screws. 4: Carefully align the metal "base" channel/seat with the glass so the window/glass seats on the bases slots/shelves. Align all holes and insert screws (4 - 2 screws on both sides of base), finally align the center screw and tighten snug. 5: Replace door on Range Unit ande get cookin again!!
Hope this helps. I think its a poor design to let anything inside the door. Nice Range/Oven unit. Just a bad door design in my opinion.
Oh Yeah. The door hinges only took me 4 months to figure it has built in hinge locks. THEY are VERY convenient and once you know how they work. They are an AWSSOME invention for what they do!!
You have 2 pieces of glass that are separated by a frame then sealed. What has happened the seal has been broken and thus allowing air and grease inside. You can take it apart but the grease will come back, or you can buy a repalcement glass and be done with it. The question is, do you want to go to the trouble of cleaning the glass (1-2 hours of disassembly and assembly) probably once every 2 months depending on how often you use the oven, or buy a new one and it will always be clean. One caution, cleaning the glass periodically weakens and flexes the metal frame or band thus making it harder to properly seat the glass.
Thanks a million, solved the problem like a charm. For those that can't find it, it is on the left side orf the OVEN, not the stove. Once you open the door, you'll find it on the frame's upper left side corner, can't miss it. Good luck
To dismantle the kitchenaid pro line oven door: there is a lever over the hinges that attach a door to the oven. The lever is right on top of the hinge. Pull the lever up. When that lever is in the up position, you can pull the door out.