Whirlpool self cleaning ove - with accbrake system.
Removed the door to clean inbetween the glass. In removing the door something popped. I clean the door and tried to put the door back but it will not go back the way it was. It's too low and isn't fitting properly.
Can you give me some idea on how to put it back. ???? thank you so much in advance.
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Whirlpool door are a bit difficult to remove from the stove. the owners manual may tell you what you need to do to remove it. Once you have it off then the door can be taken apart by removing tye screws that hold it together. This should be done on a flat surface and taking a lot of care. Remember how it comes apart and reverse the procedure when putting it back together. If you break a glass they are expensive to replace if available.
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.
Extend your door hinges and remove entirely over to a table or other flat surface where you can do a step-by-step dis-assembly. Unfortunately, to get at the interior of the handle unit, it's the final stage of the taking apart. Begin by removing the bolts at the bottom of the door, then the main panel and side flanges can be removed. (You can give your glass a good cleaning at this point also.) There are 2 bolts to remove to free up the handle unit, and now you can easily tighten (or replace as needed) the 2 pairs of handle bolts. Reverse your order to re-assemble, and put your door back on the oven. It's not as bad an exercise as it would appear. Just take your time and watch what you're doing. I used the hinges as a shim, and had it laid out on a pool table for easy, elevated examination.
The procedure to Disassembling the door is as follows:--
1. Set the oven door wide open.
2. Lift the hinge jumpers with your thumb and index fingers, then turn them fully outwards to the end of stroke.
3. Turn the door towards the closure position and lay it on the jumpers: in this way the hinge's spring is blocked. By fully closing the door the hinges are unhooked from the connection slits which are integral with the oven muffle.
4) Re-assemble the door by carrying-out the aforesaid operations in the opposite order.
Disassembling of the door glasses:--
for your safety, before removing the glasses you should
remove the oven door.
To facilitate the cleaning, after having removed the door from the oven, you
can proceed with the disassembly of the glass. Release the two upper
blocks so that the glass can be removed. After
the cleaning you should reassemble the glass, replace the blocks and
lock into position. Check that all components have been assembled correctly
and than you can re-assemble the door onto the oven.
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The model and brand is different in the picture but the procedure to assemble the door is similar to your model
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Extend your door hinges and remove entirely over to a table or other
flat surface where you can do a step-by-step dis-assembly. Begin by removing the bolts at the bottom
of the door, then the main panel and side flanges can be removed. The glass slides out from the tabs and you
can give it a good cleaning at this point. Reverse
your order to re-assemble, and put your door back on the oven. It's not
as bad an exercise as it would appear. Just take your time and watch
what you're doing. I used the hinges as a shim, and had it laid out on a
pool table for easy, elevated examination.
The door must be taken apart at least most of the way to clean glass. Just so you know, this is a problem with a LOT of the newer makes and models. If there are 2 screws behind the handle, take them out and some of them come apart enough to get your hand a paper towel in to clean. Otherwise, the door must be removed and completly diss-assembled.
To get to the glass on the inside of the door you need to do the steps listed.
1. Open door 4" and pull straight up at that angle
2. Lay door on flat surface with the handle down to surface.
3. Remove all screws that you see .
4. The inner housing should be removable now.
Then you should see the glass. Reverse the steps to put back together.
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.