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Replace the entire door, do not try to straighten it. If you or the retailer paid someone to deliver it, they are responsible for replacing it. The retailer where you bought the oven should be able to replace the door for you or you can contact Miele's Service and Repair Support at
If it is just the edge of the corner glass not a lot you can do if it is broken nearer the inside be very careful as the weight of pans can cause the break to spread.Check serial no. on base of hob body the first 2 digits are the year and 3rd digit is weeks in year.For example 92800055 that would be 2009 and 28th week equals july 2009.Any AEG unit has 2years full warranty.Check and you might be able to claim new glass.Hope this helped.
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."
Linda, if you can't find a replacement door at local used appliance repair shops - check the Yellow Pages - look to see how the door comes apart. It is probably held together with 6 or 8 Philips screws. Get the door apart and take out the broken glass. Call around to see if an appliance repair store has an oven they are discarding that has the same size glass or larger. If the glass is too big, phone a few glass shops to see if they can 'cut' it down for you. Some tempered glasses can be cut and sanded down to the precise size you need. Take your old broken glass to the shop to be used as a template. You should be able to get away with this type of repair for $50 if you compare prices.
I have the replacement cook top that you need (part #WB56T10165). I work for a GE Appliance distributor and will sell you the part for WAY less than list price. The item is an unopened, genuine GE replacement part.