Question about Kitchen Ranges
You'll have to remove and disassemble the door to clean the back side of the glass.
Open the door slightly. It should hold itself slightly ajar. Then lift the door straight up and off the hinges. Lay the door on a floor, table or flat countertop with a towel or rug protecting the door. The screws holding the door together will be on the bottom, top, and sides. Sometimes there are screws on the inside, holding the door handle and outer glass. Take care to notice how it's assembled, as getting it back together is sometimes tricky. By the way, it's best to lift the door by the sides, not by the handle!
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
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