Question about Ovens
Disconnect the oven's power cord from the electrical wall outlet. Although you will not be working directly on electrical components, it is good safe practice to disconnect the power source from appliances before making any repairs.
Open the oven door halfway. Place a large nail or screw into the empty hole on the side hinge along the side of the door. A hinge is on each side of the door. The nail will keep the hinge from closing into the oven after you remove the door. Close the door as far as the nails will allow.
Grab the sides of the oven door with your hands and pull the door straight up until the door stops. Push the top of the door toward the floor and pull the door toward you to release the door from the hinges. Lay a sheet on the floor and place the door on the sheet with the handle side facing the floor.
Remove the screws that secure the inner liner to the outer door with a Phillips-head screwdriver. Some models only have two screws at the top edge of the liner. Other models will have up to six screws on the panel and two on each side of the door. Lift the inner panel up and slide the inner panel away from the outer panel.
Use the Phillips-head screwdriver to remove the two inner screws that secure the door handle to the oven door. Lift up the oven door and pull the handle and the top trim behind the handle away from the door.
Remove the three screws on the bottom edge of the door that secure the bottom trim to the oven door with the Phillips-head screwdriver. Pull the bottom trim off of the door. Locate the two screws that secure the right side hinge assembly. The hinge assembly is the part on the inside of the oven door that the hinge slides into. The screws are on the bottom edge of the door directly under the hinge assembly. Remove the screws with a Phillips-head screwdriver and pull the hinge assembly out of the door.
Fold the door insulation back and pull the broken oven door glass and frame out of the door. Put leather gloves on your hands and pull the broken glass out of the metal frame. Place the replacement glass into the frame and set the glass and frame back into the oven door. Position the door insulation back over the edges of the metal frame.
Slide the hinge assembly back into position and secure the hinge assembly to the oven door using the two retaining screws. Reattach the bottom trim and secure the trim to the oven door with the retaining screws.
Lift the top of the oven door up slightly and line the upper trim and door handle into position. Secure the upper trim and door handle by attaching the retaining screws from the inside of the door. Tighten the screws with a Phillips-head screwdriver but do not over-tighten.
Slide the inner panel back over the oven door and secure the inner panel to the door with the retaining screws. Pick the oven door up by grabbing the door at the sides with both hands.
Place the bottom edge of the oven door over the two side hinges on the oven. Line the oven door slots over the hinge pins and push the door down until the hinge pins lock into the oven door. Open the door slightly and pull the nails out of the hinges.
Close the oven door and plug the power cord to the oven back into the electrical wall outlet.
I hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how to replace inner oven door
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
To replace the door glass do the following:
0 Check if there is a hinge stop bracket located at the hinge point of entry on the oven, in that case remove it.
1 remove the oven door by pulling it up and removing from the the hinges. If glass is broken , then secure glass with tape. Have a table with a cloth on top ready to lay the door.
2 Remove the outer screws , starting from lower side of the panel.
3Removethe inner screws. Keep all set of screws ordered, and take note of theorder you remove them. You will follow reverse order in reassembly.
4 the frame will be free now,
5 Remove the external glass panel and leave it in a safe place.
6 Replace the inner glass.
7 Clean outer glass and metal door, re-assemble it and mount it back
I also report testimonials for your model:
"removed the door from the oven by releasing clips attached to the door hinge -- very nicely engineered. Removed about 6 philips head screws to allow the door assembly to be taken apart for access to the glass. Lifted out the broken glass, cleaned the inside of the door, installed the new glass, reassembled the door (a two minute project), and reattached the door to the oven. Cleaning the inside of the door"
"I removed the oven door by lifting it off with the hinges. Disassembled the door parts one at time making sure I remember where I removed the screws until I am able to get to the broken glass. The most difficult part is making sure that the insulation strip & the gasket stayed in place after I replaced the broken glass & doing the reverse process of installing the parts together. Relatively easy process as long as you remember where the parts go. When in doubt, I had to refer to the pictorial of the disassembled door shown on your website. "
See diagram below , click on picture to enlarge:
Part here: Inner Door Glass
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
You should be able to repair your existing door. Have a look around the perimeter of the door to see if there are any screws, particularly near the handle. You are looking to take the front fascia off the door, so that you can access the inside. Most doors have the front fascia held on by small brackets glued to the back of the glass that clip on to a fixing on the internal door. The top of the fascia is normally held in place by the handle. Once you have the front of the door off you can retrieve the piece of glass that has fallen out. You will almost certainly find that the glass has come away from the adhesive that was used to hold it in place. You will need to clean up the glass and the metal door and re-stick the glass using a high temperature oven door glue
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
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