I have streaks and a film on the layers of glass on my LG range door. Sears Canada says its purely cosmetic (?) and a service technician will call to advise whether or not this is covered under warranty. The range is 6 months old, and I wonder whether the seal between the layers of glass is defective. If this is not covered, I will return the range to Sears for a full refund, as I am concerned with running a high temperature self-cleaning cycle with a non-intact seal on the glass. Thanks tech17!
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Re: Film between layer of glass on LG range
Its not covered by warranty and it is cosmetic all ranges do this after a while its caused by the vents in the door for self cleaning i doubt the seals are defective as all ranges do this i get this quite a bit i can tell you how to disassemble it to clean but its more of a hassel than its worth for real because it will just do it again dont call a repair person because he will come over and charge you to tell you what i just did so what do you want to do reply ande let me know im here to help
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Go to Sears's website and access their parts section. That will take to a different site that is loaded with parts for just about anything. Enter your make and model. It should show you a schematic and parts list for your range.
you have to take the door off I DO NOT RECOMMEND CLEANING IT there are 3- 4 layers of glass you have to take apart so there is a big risk of breaking something but if you dare open the door look at your hinges you will see a tab pull them down open door and lift upwards the door will come out of the socket remove all the screws and you will be able to access the glass good luck
this white/silver strip I presume is the seperator between the inner and outer glass ? if so, you shouldreplace it and is so, use a little silicne caulk to keep it in place. it is tricky job to open the door inner and outer panels; you may want the hands of a second person. he strip keeps dirt from covering the inside of the glass panels and smoke film from bulding on the glass otherwise you will never see thru it. Goodluck, macgivor
Hi, The door has anywhere from 2 to 4 glass pains. Some models ranges you can just lift the door up and remove it from hinges. There are screws holding seceral layers of frame work. The outer shell should remove first with screws on the bottom edge of the door. With any luck, that is all you will need to remove. I hope this helps you. Please provide model # and let me know if I can assist you further.
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I had some luck removing food and other stains with the new Vielda Glass Ceramic Scrung (its a sponge)
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It is simple enough not to need a manual.
1- open the door, then pull outwards. The door mounts slide right out.
2- lay flat on a towel on the floor. Remove screws on the inside of the door.
3- remove each piece and layer of the door and glass panels. Set them aside in order so you know how it goes back together
4- replace broken inner glass panel
5- put each piece back together, install screws
6- slide door (mounts) back into their homes on the front of the range
It is surprisingly simple. All you need is a #2 Phillips screwdriver and a bit of patience.
Tip: make sure to clean each glass panel while you have the door apart. Use a razor blade for those stubborn burnt on stains.
yes but not really worth the effort its time consuming and cant always get the results you think because the stains are baked on there are three to four pieces of glass in there and if you break one can cost a 100 dollars apiece but if you want to tackle it i will instruct how just reply and i will instruct ps they do it again after awhile