Question about Ovens
Open the oven door. In the inside you will see a number of screws along the edge of the door. Unscrew them and you will find that you can lift/split the inner panel from the outer panel. If it sticks look for more screws at the side of the door to make sure that all the screws are removed. Lift the inner panel carefully an you will have access to the "inside" of the glass panel. Re assemble by reversing the procedure.
Posted on Mar 31, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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