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To access to these screws you have to remove the door from the oven and then remove the inner door panel.Open the door to the full open position, and look on the inner door liner. Some models have a screw just above the hinge on the inner door liner, holding the hinge to the inner door liner. If there is a screw just above each hinge, remove them. Move the door to the broil position, and holding the outside edges of the door, lift the door off the hinges. You might have to **** to break it loose. Don't lift the door with the handle. Place the door on a pad on the counter top with the handle up. Remove the screws around the outside of the door, be sure to get them all including the ones you removed earlier. Slide the outer frame off the door toward the bottom of the door. Remove it from the door. Lift the outer glass, vent trim, and handle off the door. Now you can tighten the handle screws. Reverse this process to reinstall the door
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Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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