Question about Belling DB3 Dual Fuel (Electric and Gas) Kitchen Range
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Belling DB3 Duek Fuel Cooker
I'm not familiar with this unit exactly but I'll give you some guidelines. You have a double layer or more of glass and the glass inside the unit is your problem. Generally, cleaning glass on ovens is no problem if you use cleaners that leave no residues, don't stress the glass and don't scratch it. Prepare a flat surface covered with newspaper to clean your glass. You may use a blue glass cleaner, a scrubby or VERY fine steel wool. Never use any cleaner which leaves residue. Use lots of liquid and very little pressure. Finish with a soft cloth. Clean the inside of the door and any of the gasket you can get to. Use only a sponge and detergent unless the area is really a mess.
First, be aware that the door is spring loaded and as you remove items, it will tend to snap closed. Note that there are probably screws that are near the base of the door, probably accessed from below. Remove these first. Then, remove side screws and carefully remove the panel holding the glass. This probably comes out into the room. There is a danger that the glass is not secured inside the panel so have the door fully open when 'dropping' the outside panel. Note the positions of all clips. You may even want to take a digital picture or two. When reassembling, never overtighten anything! All parts should lay flat and insert easily. Get assistance with reassembly...you'll need another pair of hands.
Posted on Dec 03, 2007
SOURCE: Belling DB3 Control Panel
Not easy. Briefly, in addition to the screws you mention, the cooker side panels need to be removed to give access to removal of the control panel side clamps. Then the indicator lamps have to be disconnected, and timer etc. buttons have to be pulled out to allow removal of the the control panel. Then the main control unit (timer etc.) needs to be unscrewed from behind the control panel.
Replacement is reversal of above.
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
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