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Taking the door off the oven and lay door on a soft surface so as to prevent scratching ,taking the door apart ( Carefully ), allow for a large work space, lay out your screws, the glass you are trying to reach is an inner glass, so obviously self clean is not going to help. Good luck!
The procedure to Disassembling the door is as follows:--
1. Set the oven door wide open.
2. Lift the hinge jumpers with your thumb and index fingers, then turn them fully outwards to the end of stroke.
3. Turn the door towards the closure position and lay it on the jumpers: in this way the hinge's spring is blocked. By fully closing the door the hinges are unhooked from the connection slits which are integral with the oven muffle.
4) Re-assemble the door by carrying-out the aforesaid operations in the opposite order.
Disassembling of the door glasses:--
for your safety, before removing the glasses you should
remove the oven door.
To facilitate the cleaning, after having removed the door from the oven, you
can proceed with the disassembly of the glass. Release the two upper
blocks so that the glass can be removed. After
the cleaning you should reassemble the glass, replace the blocks and
lock into position. Check that all components have been assembled correctly
and than you can re-assemble the door onto the oven.
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The model and brand is different in the picture but the procedure to assemble the door is similar to your model
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You should have a 2 piece glass in your oven. What has happened is that the seal that separates the 2 pieces has come apart or is broken thus allowing air and grease in. You can take apart the glass but it will only be temporary for about 2-3 months and will get dirty again. The bad thing about it is that te more you take it apart, the more the band that separates the 2 pieces becomes out of its form, the harder to put it back together. Unless you don't mind it, I would leave it alone or just replace it and be done with it. The question I have is, is the glass cracked or has the door been bent? Normally, the glass lasts for nearly the life of the oven.
I just took my oven door off and took it apart to clean the glass inside. I don't have a maytag but they probably all work alike. Just open the door like you are going to broil something and just lift it up. It should slide right off. Shouldn't have to unscrew anything. Hope this helps. Arlene
yes. open door slightly to first stop point, pull up on door. the door will come off. there are screws on the bottom of the door and on the side facing the inside of the oven remove these screws to take door apart