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Re: Need to clean liquid drip from inside of door...
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.
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Typically, as in ours, there are screws holding the inner door cover on. Look on the back, bottom or sides. These will hold the inner door on, then once removed, observe screws, typically Philips, holding the glass frames together. Careful not to over tighten the frames when reinstalling or you may crack the glass. Do not use a power screw gun either.
This could be the problem if only one burner didn't lite:
Could be a liquid cleaner might have dripped down and clogged the holes the burner gas comes through. It should ignite when it dries out, if not then you may have to get the holes in the gas burner cleaned out. I use a toothpik.
If all burners fail to lite, there might be a safety cut-off of some kind in the stove.
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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.....
I have a Kenmore oven and all I had to do was remove the screw at each end of the handle (accessed with the door open) and the very front section just opened up - SIMPLE!! Wiped it down put the screws back in. Did it all by myself - just have your cleaning cloth in reach before you start. Can't believe I looked at those drips for years and it was that simple!!!