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Replacing Glass in Kitchenaid range

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An exploding bake potato has managed to crack the inter glass on my Kitchenaid Supurba range Model KGRT607HB59

Does anyone know the steps involved to replace this glass on the oven door?

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Thanks for the diagram....it did answer my question on how it to get to the glass. Before I order the glass one more question. Should I also order the glass seal?

Thanks for all your help

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Hello, my ordering friend. May I interject a comment? Thank you. In addition to the seal, you should order a new door gasket. Since the door will be disassembled anyway, this would be a most opportune time to replace the door gasket which, undoubtedly, is a gnarly as the backside of a camel after three weeks of hard travel in the desert with no water.

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SORRY i do not agree with replacing the door seal , if the seal is not damaged then no need to replace it , the problem comes with removing the door and taking the door apart .you need 2 special tools just to remove the door, now lets get started. 

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Ok....now i am more confused. It looked like I would be able to disassemble the door while it was still in place. Do I have to remove it to get to the inner glass? and what special tools will I need to do this?

Note: Have informed the lady of the house that in the furture all potatoes must be poked with steam holes.

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Hello, jahjah, my disagreeable friend.  I am not aware of any special tools, beyond a set of basic hand tools, that is required to effect this repair.  Perhaps your thinking was a bit clouded on this issue? 

Hello again, ralley, my confused friend.  You should remove the door from the hinges and lay it flat on a protective mat before commencing your handiwork. 

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Well, Jahha, you just gonna throw in a bombshell and quip, "let's get to work," and leave it at that?  Tell us what it is you think we be missin', mah bruthah. 

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