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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: glass window cleaning!
You have to remove the inside skin of door, pull door up and off of hinges and lay on floor to make this easier. Then you remove clips or brackets that hold the glass to door and clean. Very simple, but time consuming, mainly lining skin back up on reassembley.
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
SOURCE: nef u1461 top oven
hi managed to clean my oven door this week end! yes you undo the two screws nearest the middle - but you will need an alan key to undo the top glass pops off -there is a spring clasp underneath - just ensure that you leave the door flat whilst you taking it apart. hope this helps i now have a nice clean oven door - you will be able to clean all parts once you pop off the glass - hope i was usefull!
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
This exploded diagram of the door should help you get it apart,
It is going to be shrunk by the forum software, the full size image is
along with a full list of parts should you need them
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
The door must be taken apart at least most of the way to clean glass. Just so you know, this is a problem with a LOT of the newer makes and models. If there are 2 screws behind the handle, take them out and some of them come apart enough to get your hand a paper towel in to clean. Otherwise, the door must be removed and completly diss-assembled.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
yes. open the oven door to the first "click". it kind of stops about a quarter of the way open. most ovens you grab both sides of the oven door and pull up. some models have a couple of screws you have to take out before you can remove the oven door. then lay it down with the insie of the door facing up and take out all the screws holding the oven door together. some may be on the sides or the top and bottom of the door. when apart, clean first with easy off, then clean several times with windex till streaks are gone. assemble door in reverse and put back on stove.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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Purchase a cleaning spray. Easy-Off Glass Cleaner, Windex or Drackett Glass Cleaner are all available from local department or grocery stores. You could also use dishwashing soap. Any non-abrasive, bacteria or grease removal product would clean glass cooktops.
Spray the whole cooktop area. Allow the cleaner to sit for about 2 minutes. If you have stuck-on food, spray only that portion of the cooktop. Let the liquid sit for approximately 5 to 10 minutes.
Use hot water. Soak your sponge and wring it out. Wipe down the glass cooktop. Carefully scrub the stuck-on food. Run the sponge over the spot area at least 20 times to remove the food. Wring out the sponge and rub the remaining portion of the glass countertop
Use a terry cloth rag to wipe down the cooktop. This will remove excess water and soap.
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