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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. 3Remove
the inner screws. Keep all set of screws ordered, and take noteof the
order you remove them. You will follow reverse order inreassembly. 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
you need to pull the door apart, this will require a special bit call a torque. First take the door off the range, then lay it out on a blanket and remove the screws, this will allow you to lift the inner part of the door off the rest of the door, then the window supports will need to be removed and this will allow you to pull the glass apart, clean as needed and put it back together. This is not super hard to do but will take a good amount of time if you have not done it before, a appliance repair service will normally do this for about $50, just to let you know
You can remove the oven door and dis-assemble it to clean it but you are looking at quite a task to do so.. Most of the kitchen aid brand requires two pins to be inserted into the door hinges while the door is in the open position to allow the door to be open. When you have inserted the pins into the hinge start to close the door and the pressure of the hinge spring will be applied to the pins allowing you to now lift on the door removing it from it's slots in the face of the oven. The hinge will slide out of the oven face.
Once you have the door removed you can begin the task of taking the door apart. Lay the door inside part down on a table or counter, remove the screws from the bottom of the door trim (piece that holds lower part of glass) and remove the trim. Now you should be able to slide the outer glass downwards (some models required side trims to be removed also). Now you can remove the handle assembly and then begin to remove the inner door liner and inner glass package. Be careful and pay attention to screw size/location. Take pictures at each step to aid in re-assembly! Good luck!!
Open your oven door and look at the hinges. You should see a drop down thumb lock on each hinge that you pull down and after you do so, lift up on the door as to close. The door will catch on these thumb locks and then at this point continue to lift up on the door as you pull the door out at the bottom. Reverse directions to reinstall.
Remove the oven door first. There are usually 2 release tabs to flip up at the door hinges. Lift off and set on a flat surface. Then remove screws to separate the inner and outer door panels. Remove more screws and brackets until you access the glass you want to get to.
To remove oven door:
1. The oven door is held to the oven door hinges by two
screws. (One in each hinge.)
2. To remove the oven door remove the two screws.
3. Close the door to the broil stop position and lift up.
then remove the door handle and take out all the screws around the edges of the door and pull the out side cover from the inner but a word of caution there are about three or 4 pieces of glass they are tempered and about 100 bucks a piece and most times they wont get real clean and will get messy again
Should be relatively easy. Remove the door first. Should a door release tab that flips up on each door hinge. Engage the tabs push the door toward the close position and the tabs will grab. Lift the door up and off. From there remove screws holding the inner and outer door shell together. Screws should be on top and bottom of door. Then locate the screws you need to remove to replace your glass. Be careful not to break it!!!
The best way to clean the inner glass is to remove the door from the oven. With the door in the broil open position (first stop) pull up for about 2 inches until the hinge brackets are released from their stops. Close the door all you can and lift the door off the hinges. Lay the door on a padded surface and remove the 4 screws on the bottom. The outside glass will now slide out of its rail and you can clean the inside. To install just reverse the process. If you take your time and observe, it's not that bad of a job...Catriver..post back.