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You need to remove the inner door panel, Usually a few screws holding it on. On some models the handle screws also need to be removed. Do it slowly and carefully as the door may want to swing up quickly, once the weight on it is removed. Pay close attention to each step so all screws etc go back in the same place. Make a diagram as you take them out to be sure.
open the oven door and there are screws around the perimeter of the inner door cover remove these the seal then replace the glass and reverse the procedure make sure the heat seal gets put back right for the heat shield
I have a Zanussi ZDF290X which requires a new top oven seal. I have pulled the remainns of the old one out, but without dismantling the oven it seems impossible to fit the new seal. Any easy way of fixing this, please?
I have exactly the same problem and my bottom glass panel exploded. My friends did the same. You can take the inside glass panel out via the two screws and clean the inside of the outer glass once removed. Id replace all the rubber seals to as they perish, particularly the one that clips onto the oven itself that meets the door.
is there tension on the door at the point where it doesnt seal,is the spring broken/missing,when the door opens and closes is there enough travel from point a to point b inside the cabinet on both sides of the hinge area, is the sping loaded mechanism damaged .