Inner door glass cracked after cold water spilled onto the hot glass.

ApplianceKitchenAid Range


Level of DifficultyEasy

Time to do repair15 - 30 mins

Age of Appliance1 - 4 years


John From Natick, MA

Mar 25, 2010

2 out of 2 people found this instruction helpful

As others have said, the repair is easy and it's just a matter of unscrewing the screws (with a drill, not with a hand screwdriver) and carefully arranging the parts so you can reassemble in the same order. The trickiest part for me was removing the door. The flat metal part of the hinge extends straight back into the stove about four inches. You need to open the door a bit (about 45 degrees worked for me, but any angle where you feel you have leverage vis-a-vis the hinge will work) and then lift the door at the hinge slightly while pulling straight back. I was worried the hinge would spring out and cut my fingers off, so I kept my fingers away. As it turns out the hinges didn't snap down once the door was removed, so at least on my stove the hinges were not as scary as I imagined they could be. The whole process was a one-person job, though if you have two people, it would be nice to have one person on each side of the door while removing it and replacing it when done. All in all, it was definitely worth it in time and money to do this repair myself -- the oven was back up and working within a day of the broken glass, and I'm sure I couldn't have gotten it done any sooner had I called someone to repair it.

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Part PhotoPart DescriptionPriceAvailability

Inner Door Glass

Part Number: PS403856

In Stock