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Switch oven off and switch main oven switch on wall off if no wall switch, switch off at main switch board.
Open door and check glass cover if it screws off or has retaining screws. be careful as it could be hard to loosen, once loose unscrew lamp anticlockwise slowly as lamp my break off base if tight move side to side very little and unscrew. get replacement and replace opp to removal. Switch on main switch and test.
The glass cover over the bulb shouldscrew off, remove the bulb and replace it with a new one of the correct type. Clean and replace the glass cover. Be careful not to use force which could break the glass and cause an injury. Make sure that the stove main switch is off. (The lamp cover may have a screw type or have a bayonet fitting).
Hi, I have a Mazda 6 Estate - I've just had the glass out of my mirror this evening, because my mirror heater is not working - there was a bunch of wires into the mirror unit - two of which went to spade connections on the back of the mirror. The glass itself is on a plastic mount. The mount and the glass should just lever/pull out - that's what I did with mine - I was worried it was going to break though, it took substantial force! Once out I could see a plastic rectangle with rounded corners that it had been clipped onto. It clipped back into place with out any difficulty (on mine there is a wire guide behind the glass - just make sure that you haven't bent it upon removal - I had, but the pliers straightened it again).