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How do I remove the frame that holds the catch in place on my BEKO DVC6631 oven door. I have removed the door completely and I have removed all the screws around the frame that I can see but it wont come off. Other than taking crowbar to it, it just wont budge.

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I just took my oven door off and took it apart to clean the glass inside. I don't have a maytag but they probably all work alike. Just open the door like you are going to broil something and just lift it up. It should slide right off. Shouldn't have to unscrew anything. Hope this helps. Arlene

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Hi - in the end I found the cheapest local oven repairers and they ended up having to do a bodge job ... they admitted that Beko was a bad brand with lots of design problems, this being just one of them. By disconnecting and opening up the back he managed to get one of the hinges back on (with my help!), but for the other he had to resort to using bigger screws coming in from the front. Recently, after less than 18 months of use, the oven and one of the hotplates stopped working on the same night. I gave the whole thing up as a bad bet and ordered a more expensive Indesit I'm now completely happy with. I think with ovens you get what you pay for. I would never touch another Beko ANYTHING with a barge pole!

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How do I remove oven door


open the oven door all the way and look down at the hinges. there is a little locking clip that you swing into position that locks the hinge from closing. it might be stiff and need some cleaning depending on how old and dirty your oven is. Also you might have to push down on the oven door to make the hinge open fully to get the locking tabs into place. making shore that the locking clips stay in place and hold open the hinge as you lift the oven door slowly towards its closing position and you will see the whole hinge lift up from inside the oven cabinet and the door will just lift out. be careful not to catch your fingers. make sure the looking tabs stay in place during removal as the hinge is very hard to get back into this position again. re fitting is the reversal making sure that you have pushed the base of the door all the way back into the cabinet and push down on the as to open it to release the tabs.

Sep 23, 2016 | Ovens

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Can you please tell me how to remove the oven door?


If you are trying to clean between the inner (heat shield) glass and the outer glass (safety glass for looks), you may not have to remove the whole door. On most models, the outer glass is either integral to the handle and frame or at least is trapped by the handle and frame. Open the door and look inside. There should be either two or four screws right at the top that hold the handle and frame assembly in place. You may find that when you take these off, the handle slides off, and the glass can either slide up or the whole frame will rock outward. Be VERY careful, this is safety glass and shatters into 2mmx4mm pieces easily if you bump it.

If the whole door has to come off, most new models don't even need screws taken out... you just pry up the two metal tabs next to the hinges, and it unlocks and you slide the door up off the hinges. See the link for instructions if you need to remove the door and take it apart. This covers most oven doors.
Cleaning between the glass of an oven door Frigidaire Jim Carson

Jan 02, 2016 | Ovens

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How to remove door hinge technica oven t948 please


This should be fairly easy. It does depend what model of hinge you have. On the bottom of the hinge there is an arm with a saddle lock pin - this pulls up to give space to lift the fitting off the oven frame - lift these on both hinges. On the face of the hinge where it sits on the door there should be a round screw - with the door fully open using a flat blade screwdriver turn this 45 degrees clockwise - this locks the top bar that goes to the frame of the oven.
Hold the door and with a bit of wiggling the whole door should lift off. The hinges are now easily removed by disassembling the door. Replace both hinges with new and reverse the process to replace. You do not need to remove or disassemble any part of the actual oven.

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Kenmore oven door fails to lock


1. Remove the pan drawer
2. With someone holding glass up, remove the four screws at the bottom of the door that hold the glass front to the door frame. Gently lower the panel about two inches until the side guides are below the door trim cap. Place out of the way so it doesn't fall over etc.
3. Keeping the door closed, use a spring puller to remove each spring from the hinge. (I made one out of a hanger and a screwdriver. Double thickness at the hook, wrapped and secured around the screwdriver to make a handle) If you do things this way be VERY careful. Be sure it is really strong and is not going to slip. The springs are really under tension and will shrink down about an inch from where they are hooked. (Be sure to support the door so it does not fall open when the springs are removed. It will just make things worse.)
4. After the springs are off gently open the door all of the way.
5. Pull down the hinge locks from the oven body and lift the base of the door up. This will lift the door hinges off of the mounts in the oven frame and allow you to pull the door away from the body.
6. Place the door on your box or workbench etc
7. Remove the two screws on each side of the door that hold the hinges in place. Remove the hinges.

Reinstallation is in reverse.

Hinge repair.
By placing the lower part of the hinge (by the axle) against a ruler I was able to see that the upper section was bent out on each hinge. To correct it I placed the hinge over a pair of 4x4 blocks so that it curved up in the center, and hit it a few times with a hammer. The metal was very responsive and quickly bent back into shape. Be careful here as you don't want to bend them too far. I actually went a little past true, wanting to get a little more push at the top of the door. I placed the hinges directly on the oven to see the difference and they looked good (Be sure to put a piece of cardboard or rag between them and the top to keep them from scratching the surface.

Put the hinges back in the door, screw it together and hang it back on the stove, replace the springs and the glass, and check your fit. Good luck.


Feb 01, 2013 | Kenmore Ovens

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How do i remove and replace the internal glass of the oven door for cleaning?


Most ovens have screws around the oven door. Remove them and the front will come offa. Be careful you don't bend any ears or catches.
After the front is off you will see a keeper that holds the glass in place. Re that and take the glass out.
Make sure you watch the way it comes apart.

Nov 17, 2011 | Ovens

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I have preloaded the replacement hinge, but it appears that to remove the old hinge it must be unloaded. If that is true, how do you load the new hinge while it is on the door?


Ovens come in many varieties including freestanding units and stacked models that are inserted into a wall. Kitchen oven units that get a lot of use or are getting old may have problems develop, such as a loose or squeaky door which may require replacing the hinges. You can replace the hinges on the door to your oven by first removing the door from the rest of the oven.
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  • Screwdriver
  1. Step 1 Open the oven door and examine the hinges to see how the they are secured to the door. Some oven doors slide into the hinge assembly or have a locking mechanism that secures the door to a latch on the main unit.
  2. Step 2 Remove the door from the oven by disengaging the locking mechanism and then pull the oven door out. You may need to release a catch on the door or remove a pin from a hole in the hinge.
  3. Step 3 Place the door on a flat surface such as a table or the floor.
  4. Step 4 Remove the screws that hold the sections of the door together to access the hinges.
  5. Step 5 Remove the hinges from the door. The hinges may be attached to the door with screws or they may be held in place when the door sections are tightened or secured.
  6. Step 6 Insert the new hinges into the door and secure them with the screwdriver or place the section of door back on. Tighten all of the screws securing the sections together.
  7. Step 7 Place the oven door back into place by sliding it on the same way that it came off.

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how did you fix it?? i have the same problem!! :(

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Remove beko oven door


You have to look under the door seal and you will find the screws you have to remove to get at the hinges screws

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Hotpoint BD 31 Cooker door


The doors are easy to remove if you know how.!
Where the hinge enters the door itself, there is a little catch which can be turned with a flat screwdriver.
By doing so you prevent the hinge from moving into the door.
Do this on both sides.
Then allow the door to move towards the closed position.
About 3/4 of the way to closing, grasp the door at each side, firmly, and move it from side to side gently.
The hinges will begin to dislodge from the oven frame.
The door will be free to remove and be worked on.
The sealant which holds the glass door to the hinges, needs to be a silicone that is heat resistent.
Silcoset 158 Silicone Adhesive Sealant in a 75ml tube has done the job for me - other brands are available online - but make sure they are heat resistent to 300C

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Microwave door shattered


This is not a job you should do. Microwaves are dangerous things and can cause injury. An improperly fitted door will leak. A new door, installed and checked out by a technician is needed here The economics are beyond my area.

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