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I've removed all the screws that I can see. Looks like the brackets
that hold on the handle are keeping the whole thing from coming apart,
but the brackets are behind the glass and the screws enter from the
inside meaning that I will have to remove the glass to be able to remove
remove the screws and the door will seperate and you can reinstall the door handle.. mm most whirl ovens have lift off doors this may make it easy to work on .. mm hope this helps if more help is needed i need your model # off the tag on your oven .. mm feed back pls .
Yes the door has to be disassembled to repair the handle. In some cases you can just loosen the sides and top and work with it on your lap without removing from the unit but it takes patience and an extra set of hands is nice to have around. Any visible screws have to come out first. Eric
I had same problem, fixed by removing screws under door and removing side panels . Then remove front glass ( 4 screws under glass ) and remove other screws behind glass to remove handle and then tighten 4 screws on handle. Works great.
Hi, The screws in the bottom edge of the door will need to be removed. The dor handles screws usually help hold the upper part of the door together. There might be screws on each side. Makes sure the door is laying on a flat surface and be gentle with the glass pieces. They are very fragile.
I am sending you a picture of the door pieces and how they line up inside the frame.
Please let me know if I can assist you further.
the door willneed to be dismantled in order to resecure t he handle, dont knowexactly which model you have , but youl need to rmov eth door from the unit, andthen with it layin on the table or other flat surfaceyoull nned to remove the screws holdiongthe lower glass panle on, and form there just a matte of removing the screws allowingyou to get top trim off the no yo can tightern handle an reassemble
I had the same problem. We took the door off completely & turned it upside down. There are screws on the bottom of the door, take them out, take off bottom trim piece that holds the outside glass panel in place, remove glass panel and you can access the door handle screws and clean the inside of the glass while you are at it.
To dismantle the kitchenaid pro line oven door: there is a lever over the hinges that attach a door to the oven. The lever is right on top of the hinge. Pull the lever up. When that lever is in the up position, you can pull the door out.