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I just cleaned the inside glass on my maytag "gemini" and you take the inside door panel off, thencarefully lift out the glass and clean it.then reassemble. I found it easier to remove the door and lay it on thekitchen table with a blanket under it. Hope yours is similar as I suspect it is. Good luck and keep smiling. Please rate me...Thanks
Hi there folks It also happened to me, so after ringing rangemaster they said it can happen due to faults in the glass, unfortunately my warranity had run out and they wanted t charge a fortune to repair. so i had a look inside the door my self which is only four screws on the sides to remove the outer skin to find it was a single piece of ordinary toughend glass about 300mm x 300mm fixed in place with six clips like the ones you find one those glass picture frames, i got a new piece from me local glass merchants for less than £10 and it took only mins to fix job done, I hope this help someone and it my save you quite a bit of cash Cheers folks Markbricky
Yes, the handle, doors and knobs can all be removed, in fact (If I remember correctly) the unit is delivered with at least the handle/rail at the top not fitted. I would still suggest that you visit the supplier with a tape measure and suggest that if they want sell you a unit, they reassure you by showing you a packaged unit, or demonstrate the removal of the handle.
Sounds like a problem to me. Check your oven door gasket to make sure it's intact and also that the oven door is closing completely when this overheating occurs. Although some heat will rise, it shouldn't become "burning hot".