Oven door has a 1/2 inch gap at top and tight to sidewall at bottom .Gap between frame and door should be an even 1/8 inch up and down door edge. Hinges seem OK with door easily removed and repaced, What is fix?
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Check the alignment to see is the door makes a complete closure. If the door sets perfectly, check the hinges on both sides to see if they are tight and make proper connection with the oven opening. I doubt if the door seals using a Magnetic strip, it generally hold fast by spring pressure.
Yes but try removing the door usually a small lever on the hinge or just lower the door a bit and lift it off. Then put it back on and make sure it sits back down into the hinges. We had one that did the same thing and the door was just a bit out of the hinge.
This job is best done by two people, one to hold the glass in place, and the other to operate the screwdriver and position the handle and trim pieces.
The glass is held in place by the handle assembly at the top and a metal track at the bottom. You remove the glass by removing the handle. Open the door part way until you have access to the back of the door. The door handle is held in place by two screws on the back (the oven side). Remove the screws, taking care to hold the handle in place. Be sure to brace the glass, then slowly move the handle away from the door frame. Remove the glass. The side trim pieces will probably fall away from the door frame, although they will probably not fall all the way out. My advice is to carefully remove them. Be careful; they have tabs on the bottom edge that hold them in the door frame and these tabs are easily broken. If yours are still in one piece you might just reuse them.
Remove the old glass panel and clear the bottom track of any debris. Put the new glass panel in, beginning with the bottom track. Set the oven handle on the top edge of the glass panel; there are tracks on the back of the handle assembly the top edge of the glass fits into. Bring the handle toward the door frame, taking care not to let the glass panel slip out of the tracks. The door handle has two collars that go through holes in the door frame. Once you've got the collars through these holes, you can put the two screws back in that secure the handle to the door.
Take one of the side trim pieces. Each trim piece has a narrow edge and a wide edge (like a capital "L"), The narrow edge faces the front and the wide edge faces the side of the door. Each piece has a corner edge with a little tab sticking out. These face down. The opposite end of the trim piece has recessed edges. These slide under the edge of the door handle. You want to insert this end first, then work your way along the length of the trim piece pushing the narrow edge between the door frame and the glass panel.
Here's the tricky part. To get the bottom in, the best thing to do is to open (or better yet remove altogether) the drawer beneath the oven to gain access to the screws that hold the bottom track of the glass panel to the door. Loosen the screw that holds the track in on the same side as the trim piece you're working on; the screws are on the bottom of the track about 1 inch in from the edge. Loosen the screw slightly and pull down on that edge of the trim as you push the trim piece in behind the glass. Repeat until the trim piece tab slips through the hole for it on the track. Tighten the screw back in place.
Repeat this process for the other trim piece. If you're patient and gentle, it shouldn't be too difficult. I just did this myself today (2/7/09).
The error code F-14 indicates that the ribbon connector between the touch pad and the electronic oven control is disconnected. The recommended repair is to disconnect the ribbon connector from the electronic oven control and re connect it firmly.
If this doesn't correct the error code the recommendation is to replace the electronic oven control.
If you want to attempt this repair yourself, disconnect the power to the oven and open the door. Remove the three screws above the oven door that are holding the bottom of the control panel to the oven frame. Pull the bottom of the control panel out about 1 inch and down and it will release. The ribbon connector is a flat tape like cable, and there is a latch arm that you have to release before you can disconnect the ribbon.
The half inch tubing should be adequate under most circumstances. However, you may run into volume issues while using the oven and a few burners at the same time. If it bothers you, replace it. The door should be flush (or close to it) on the sides and the top. If you have an air gap, check the hinges.
You said, accidentally removed the door to my range and now it won't go back on. The door won't go back into the slots on the range.
Send me your e-mail address and I'll e-mail the diagram with the door instructions for removal and replacement. It will not fit in here with the diagrams. Waiting for you. Huuum Please do not forget to enter a rating when we are done
These are the installation instructions, but with no diagrams To Remove: 1. Open the oven door. Insert door removal pins, included with your range, into both hinge hangers. Do not remove the pins while the door is removed from the range. 2. Slowly close the door until it rests against the door removal pins. 3. Grasp the door on the sides with your fingers on the front of the door and your thumbs on the inside surface. 4. Pull door straight up, then toward you. Hinge hangers will slide out of front frame hinge slot. Do not remove door removal pins until the door is replaced on the range. To Replace: 1. Grasp the door on the sides with your fingers on the front of the door and your thumbs on its inside surface. 2. Hold oven door so that the top edge of each hinge hanger is horizontal. Insert hinge hangers into the front frame hinge slots. 3. Tilt top of door toward range. Slide hinge hangers down onto front frame support pins. Make sure the hinge hangers are fully seated and engaged on the support pins. 4. Insert the door stop clip with its angular surface at the top of the frame hinge slot, then push in the bottom of the clip until its flanges are flush with the front frame. 5. Open the door completely and remove the door removal pins. Save door removal pins for future use. 6. Close the door. StorageDrawer The storage drawer can be removed. Before removing, make sure drawer is cool and empty. To Remove: 1. Pull the storage drawer straight back past the drawer stop notch and the end of the side rails. 2. Lift up the back of the drawer and pull the drawer out. To Replace: 1. Lift up the back of the drawer and place it inside the range in its fully forward position. 2. Lift up the front of the drawer to a level position. 3. Slowly push the drawer into the range until the drawer side rails engage with the gap in the drawer glides. 4. Once the drawer is fully engaged on both sides, slide the drawer back into the closed position. NOTE: When removing and replacing the storage drawer, a slight push may be needed to move the drawer stop notch past the drawer glides. A. Removal pins B. Hinge hanger A. Hinge hanger B. Door frame hinge C. Support pins A B A B C A. Drawer stop notch B. End of side rail A. Engage drawer glide A B A
The same thing with mine. I took apart the door today and found the hinges a little bent. I think it should be ok to bent them the opposite way a little with some mole grips......and then I must remember not to move the stove out for cleaning by the oven door handle again (oops). Door comes off (unlock hinges and lift up). undo 4 screws on the bottom edge and then two on the inside of the door handle then it comes apart - beware as it's heavy. The hinges themselves come off with two screw each.