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Outer Oven Door Glass - Black

PartSelect Number PS252823

This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.

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Parts Used

  • Outer Oven Door Glass - Black

Level of DifficultyReally easy

Time to do repair:15 - 30 mins

ToolsScrew drivers

CustomerJames from Grand Parie TX

Wife dropped a cast iron pan, it bounced and broke the front glass

On each side of the door at the top you will find an allen screw, remove those to remove the handle assembly. On the inside of the door, you will find two more silver allen screws, these release the glass frame. On the flimsy part that seperates from the main door frame, there are two small brackets that hold the glass panel. Remove those using a #2 philips head screwdriver, then using a flat head screwdriver, carefully pry out all the ramaining glass shards. The glass frame will be very wobbly, this is a good time to have a friend around. place the new glass panel in the bottom slot first, then just hold it up, with a helper on one side, and reinstall the top brackets. These fit tightly on the glass, so expect to have to push a bit. now reinstall the screws, fold both parts together, use the silver screws to reconnect the glass panel assembly to the door frame, and reinstall the handle. Now you have a nice new door front!

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Parts Used

  • Outer Oven Door Glass - Black

Level of DifficultyEasy

Time to do repair:Less than 15 mins

Tools

CustomerThomas from Columbia TN

Tenant breaks oven glass on outer door

On each side of the door at the top you will find an allen screw, remove those to remove the cover plate. This will prevent the new glass from sitting flush with the door, if not removed. On the inside of the door, you will find two more silver hex screws, these release the glass frame. On the flimsy part that seperates from the main door frame, there are two small brackets that hold the glass panel at the bottom of the door. Carefully pry out all the ramaining glass shards, and believe me they are there, so be very careful and vacuum up immediately to prevent cuts later. The glass frame will be very wobbly, so position yourself in front and place one knee up to support the frame and place the new glass panel in the bottom slot first, then just hold it up, and reinstall the top brackets. These fit tightly on the glass, so expect to have to push a bit. Now reinstall the screws, fold both parts together, use the silver screws to reconnect the glass panel assembly to the door frame.My oven door handle never had to come off.

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