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Re: Door is out of "plumb"
You will need to remove the door first....Pull the door open slightly it will hold in that position about 3"-4"open. then grab both sides of the door and pull stright up the door will lift off (Note: Some models require you to remove a screw first to see if you have this type open the door completely and look by the hinge) After the door is off you will see an Adjustment screw on top if the hinge you will need to screw it in or out depending on which side you want to raise or lower. after the adj replace the door to check alignment
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Hello. Notice in pic 2 of the exploded diagram of the door, part 359 which is the bottom door trim, part# WB07K0379. I believe this holds the glass in the door if I'm thinking of the right model oven. The glass door steel cover (designation 314) is WB57K10049. I'm not sure if your glass panel was glued to the steel cover--that's why I gave the part number for it--just in case it can't be repaired. If you need more info or part numbers, leave a comment and I'll be glad to help you further!
Member Discussion on Whirlpool GMC305PRS01 Microwave Oven
Whirlpool Wall oven/microwave combo unit Door message Does anyone know where the 15 amp fuse is? I replaced the 20amp fuse and it worked for a minute or two and then I opened the door and I blew my circuit breaker. I reset my circuit breaker, replaced the 20 amp fuse and now all I get is the Door message. I also noticed that it fused the outside switch on the right side of the door so I had to open the switch up and un-fuse it. This is for a whirlpool GMC305PRS01 Wall Oven/microwave combo unit.
Also if anyone could tell me the correct position the wire is supposed to be hooked up on the switches? I had someone help me take the switch out and they unhooked the wires and now we aren't sure how they are supposed to be hooked up. My light on the microwave doesn't work either. Is it possible the bulb blew when the fuse blew?
Here's a picture of the panel... BTW does anyone know the wiring / have a wiring diagram for the door switch as mine was swapped around by an oven guy just to get it running but now I have a new switch and can't remember how it all goes!!
Adjusting the oven door is best left for a factory trained tech. There is alot involved with getting the hinges and monitor switches working together in harmony. alot of times the bottom grate on the front of the oven rubs on the door and usually gives you the metal on metal sound. the bottom grate just pulls off. Then see if its still rubbing. Be sure that the oven door has all of the screws and they are tight before calling for service. There are 3 screws on the left side and on the right side without them you will have problems.
WARNING: Procedure should be done while
oven is hot. As a result, exercise extreme
caution when adjusting the door.
While waiting for someone else to answer my question, I fiddled around with the door parts. I managed to reassemble them! Here's how:
1. start with the glass panel. Slide the glass panel into the slot at the bottom of the front door frame on the stove.
2. next attach the handle. There are slots on the bottom of the handle that fit into the top of the glass panel. Slide the handle slots into the top of the glass panel.
3. screw the handle onto the oven door using the predrilled holes on the inside face of the oven door.
4. last, attach each of the two side trim strips. Slide the top of each strip into the bottom of the handle on each side of the oven door. Then slightly bend the strip outwards so that they are short enough to fit into the bottom slot of the oven door frame on each side of the glass panel.
Yes actually i do.....
open the lower oven door
next to the hinges are 2 small phillips screws, securing two long metal side trim pieces. remove trim.
Exposes two more phillips screws
Control lifts up and off then
Make sure unit has been powered down !!!!!!!!!
If the old control is totally blank there is a thermal fuse that has gotten too hot.
PLEASE rate my solution...Thank you
you need to remove the door. On your model just grab the door and lift and it should lift right off.
Then remove the screws that run along the bottom of the door. Remove the bottom trim and the glass should slide down and off.
Reverse to assemble