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Kitchenaid gas range KGST307HBS4 How do you remove oven door?

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#1 frunch

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Posted Today, 10:10 AM

I checked out a Kitchenaid Superba gas range the other day where the inner door glass broke. I ordered up the new glass, but realized I don't know how to remove the door on this one! I took a couple pics to show what style hinges this oven has, which I'll post below. Can anyone tell me how to remove this door so that I can replace the glass on it? Again, the model # is KGST307HBS4.

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Posted Today, 10:27 AM

If there are no fasteners located above the hinges, you put the door in the broil position and lift...replacing the door is funner, most of the time the  hinge will move to the closed position just as you get one hinge started.......P.S. got a manual???.






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