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Cannot re-fit middle glasss into main oven door

Took main oven door to bits, fitted new hinges and cannot get the middle glass panel back into the four plastic supports - glass seems to be too big! Any ideas please?
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  • Laurie2212 May 09, 2008

    Thanks - had another look and I had the supports on the wrong side of the frame - they hooked under the frame rather than inside it! Your suggestions made me think - all fixed and back to hot meals! Thank you.

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This is a new one too me but ill give a shot
ive never seen an over where the supports were all intack
they should be screwed in at least to of them by what i call the hidden screw or plug either the 2 bottom come out or the 2 top ones come out to where the glass slides into position and just put the supports back into place
i was reading reviews on this particular item and clearly by what there describing this is not a very good functioning machine all out of tune from the older style

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