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Stain inside double glass microwave door

How does one get the microwave door apart to clean stains on the inside of the double glass door?

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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
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