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PartSelect Number PS651571
White in color.
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
First removed the upper grill, second lifted the door off of the hinge pins; layed the door inside up on a towel and with the putty knife I released the tabs holding the inner frame to the door assembly. Now I removed the two screws that hold the handle to the inner frame than using the putty knife went around the and released the tabs holdind the front frame to the center glass assembly. Once the front frame was removed two more screws can be removed to completely remove the handle fron the front frame. I now assembled the new handle to the new front frame and reversed the above process by snapping the Glass assembly very carefully into the front frame sssembly. I than put the two screws back in that secure the handle and snapped the iner frame back in. I now rehung the door and reinstalled the upper grill. Note removal and assembly of the front frame to the inner glass assembly is a little tricky so take not of all of the tabs and also how the glass is caught top and bottom to the front frame.
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We removed the top vent panel and the door lifted right off. The hardest part was figuring out how to get the handle off the door. The web has easy to follow instructions so we got the inner plastic seal removed and all the screws were exposed for the handle. Once the handle was off, we pryed the melted part out of the door frame and replaced it, after cleaning the glass on both sides. Once replaced, the oven looked new again. We spent $60 for the part, rather than $450 for a new oven!
getting the frame on was fairly easy, used a flat knife(butter) to loosen up and flip off, mostly over the notch in the hinge part. the handle did not fit, correctly upon and broke the screw area for securing, and had to order another handle, did not fit with the new frame, only one hole lined up. used the only two screws to that lined up, hopefully will hold good enough
got instructions from this site . Removed top grill with two screws and lifted the door off. Using the putty knife and small screwdriver pried off the inner surround, from the outer edge, not the inner edge. Two screws for the handle were apparent, removed them. Then found the latches holding the inner glass frame ,released them and removed. Next removed the remaining two screws for the handle, the handle could then be put on the new door frame. Good time to clean everything, then reversed steps and reassembled and mounted door. Recommend a quick study of the new outer door frame to find latches and tabs and such to assist in removal of the parts.
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