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Re: stain inside double glass microwave door
Most microwaves have screws on the top and bottom outer lip edges. or under the rubber grommet if it has this . but this unit should have a 10 year warranty and they may cover this issue call them http://products.construction.com/portal/server.pt/gateway/PTARGS_0_2_493_204_249_43/http%3B/184.108.40.206/swts_content_files/15315/211253.pdf
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The best thing to do is leave it alone. The double glass is a "sealed" unit not intended for maintenance. Even if you were able to take it apart, you would then have a porous seal that would get stained even sooner.
Taking the door off the oven and lay door on a soft surface so as to prevent scratching ,taking the door apart ( Carefully ), allow for a large work space, lay out your screws, the glass you are trying to reach is an inner glass, so obviously self clean is not going to help. Good luck!
Good Morning Suzi - Generally,
qualified technicians often perform complicated part replacement such as this,
however this may or may not be specifically for your model. Below are generic instructions
that I found on how to take your oven door apart to remove any stains that may
be caught down in the door vents.
needed: Phillips head screwdriver or small quad bit driver.
A. Open Door remove 2 screws and washers on door lining at door hinge area.
B. Refer to owners guide with door in broil stop position lift door assembly
C. Lay door on table, position so that handle hangs freely over edge of table
D. Remove 2 screws and washers that secure handle to lining assembly.
E. Remove 8 screws that attach textured steel door wrapper trim to lining
assembly 3 at top, 3 at bottom, 1 on each side
F. Lift door lining up and out of wrapper trim assembly.
G. Lay lining assembly on table with wool shield/inner part of lining facing
H. Remove 2 glass clamps via 2 screws per clamp. These clamps attach innermost
clear glass to wool shield.
I. Lift out center clear glass from wool shield, this glass just lays onto the
wool shield and is held in place by the glass/ clamps in item H.
J. Clean each glass with appropriate cleaner, Windex, bon ami, fantastic, etc
K. One glass that remains in door lining assembly can at this time be cleaned
without further disassembly the lining assembly.
you will have to remove the door from the hinge mounts. then the door has screws at the top and bottom, as well as some have screws going into the handle. lay the door on a big flat surface, remove the screws, then seperate the front from the inside. that should give you enough access to get to the stains on the glass.
this is common its called vapor lock look for screws holding in the glass if none are found there is a rope looking seal around it take a hook or pliers and remove it the glass will come out you can clean in between it and put it back fairly easily.
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first its a whole lot of effort for very little return second there are two 100 pieces of glass in there and three it will just do it again but if you still want to reply with the brand and model number ill give you the procedure most of the time its backed on and leaves a stain even after cleaning