Question about Ovens
Normally there is a clip on both door hinges to allow easy door removal.
Once door is removed place on a towel on a flat surface. You will find a couple of screws on the top of the door and possibly underneath. Unscrew these and the two halves of the door should come appart. The inner glass is held in place with high temperatute oven sealant. You will need to thoroughly scrape the old sealant from inside inner door and on glass.
Apply sealant bead to inner door (but not too close to the edge) and then gently lower the cleaned glass on to the sealant. Press down gently. Now the sealant must have 24hrs to completely set so place a towel over the glass and place some heavy objects on the towel. House bricks are good if you have any.
Once dry you can then screw both door panels together and refit oven door.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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