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you will have to remove door and the inner part of door comes apart... be careful there is more glass inside than you really can tell... lay the unit on a rug or something once you have it removed and disassemble ... fairly easy process. requires just a couple of tools and a little patience.....
you have to take the door off I DO NOT RECOMMEND CLEANING IT there are 3- 4 layers of glass you have to take apart so there is a big risk of breaking something but if you dare open the door look at your hinges you will see a tab pull them down open door and lift upwards the door will come out of the socket remove all the screws and you will be able to access the glass good luck
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.
I have the same problem. Two years ago the service representative came to my house to replace the door seal in my upper oven. He had to take the door apart to remove and replace the part. I used that opportunity to clean the interior glass partitions. I watch how he took it apart and put it back together again. I would not recommend trying it yourself. Also, local service reps. would clean it for you for a nominal fee. The problem is taking the bigger heavier door in which I have to do with mine.
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.
yep but it isn't worth it in my opinion if you want to know i can tell you its a pain and usually you cant get it all off because its baked on but if you want to do it just reply to your own message and ill write procedure in the morning there is about three or four pieces of glass in there insulation all kind of stuff lol -tech17
The marks may be on the inside part of the glass. If so then the door will need to be taken apart for cleaning. You can use a razor blade scraper and glass cleaner to soften the buildup. Self cleaning won't remove if it is on the inside.