Question about Ovens
I need to replace the inner oven door on my cooker as the glass is coming away from the housing. I need to know how to get to the fixings and where they are, also is this an easy job?
Generally, the job is just alot of screws. Depending on the model, most screws are found either inside the door or on the lower edge. Some models...mostly GEs... have a way of removing the door from the hinge. Doors are heavy and are usually spring counterweighted.
Is it an easy job? Depends...if you're mechanically inclined it is straight forward. You will need an assistant as these doors do come apart and they are heavy. Often, the manufacturer or a parts house has an exploded diagram to let you see what you're facing.
Oh, and use a good quality screw driver and apply pressure when turning out screws. You don't want to ruin the heads!
Posted on May 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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