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FOOD AND DUST BETWEEN THE GLASS

I need to know how to take apart the oven door to clean between the panes of glass. Seems like a crazy thing to pay a GE tech for as this is what they recommend.

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Hello MotoMom,

I have disassembled an insulated door with laminated glass to clean between the layers of glass once and will never do it again (as it took far too much effort and time).

I will suggest trying to get a fair flat rate (not hourly) for completing the task to your satisfaction, guaranteed for at least 1 year. I would also check with other appliance repair shops/technicians (other than just the GE authorized repair), unless it will void any warranty the oven may have.

I hope this helps you, and good luck.

Posted on Mar 18, 2008

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