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PartSelect Number PS392067
Glass not included.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
It was a rather easy job. Estimated time :30.1. Remove the old panel-remove the three screws on the side of the door. Using a putty knife, separate the panel from the door frame. There are built in plastic clips that will separate when you gently insert and lift the the putty knife.2. Remove the glass insert-place the damaged door panel on a flat surface. Remove the inserted glass from the old panel by pulling back on the plastic clips. The plastic glass retainer will lift out permitting access to the glass. The glass lifts right out.3. Remove the door handle-remove the two screws that hold it in place. It will come right out.4. Install the handle-line up the holes with the new door panel and tighten the screws.5. Install the glass and glass retainer-line up the glass first and then install the plastic glass retainer to keep it in place. Be careful not to break the plastic clips. 6 Install the door panel-align the door panel with the door starting at the top. Go around the door until the panel is in place. Insert and tighten the three screws on the side of the door. That's it, your done!
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My husband unscrewed the three screws on the end of the door, popped the exterior door off and removed the old door handle to save the screws. He then attached the new handle to the new exterior door. He snapped it into place and replaced the 3 screws at the end of the door! NOW IT IS JUST LIKE NEW! Just a matter of minutes.
First remove three screws on the handel side of the door,then use a thin blade [putty knife or butter knife to seperate the plastic colored face from the door very gently . You must pry up to seperate the catches of the door panel from the door. Work your way back to hinge side of door. Remove the handel from the panel [2 screws] then remove the protective outter glass,push back on clips and lift glass out. Reverse the proceedure the door panel snaps back on to the door easily
I removed the two screws on the side. Took a putty knife and gently pryed it away from the rest of the door. I took the handle off the old door and put it on the new door. I took the glass and the plastic frame that holds it on off the old door and put it in the new door, I snapped the new door back on and relaced the screws.
Removed 3 screws on end of door panel and used a putty knife to separate door panel from door. Replaced with new panel and reinstaled screws. Very easy!
First I removed the 2 screws holding the panel on. I then removed the cracked panel. It was held in place by small "catches" built on to thew door. Replacing the new panel was easy, except, I forgot to attach the old handle. I was afraid I would break the new door but it came off with some prying. After replacing the handle, the door went on easily.
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