How to disassemble the door of the oven?
As much care as we take, ovens are the household appliances that detract more aesthetically from everyday use. Mainly for the remains of grease and food that end up encrusted in all the recovecos of the apparatus.
Today, systems such as pirólisis allow us to expedite the total cleaning of our oven. Good, almost everything. Ovens with double (or triple included) crystals in the port, they tend to accumulate debris between the different layers. This damage, which comes from the outside and is generally caused by liquid spills on the face of the horn.
The heat of the pyrolysis does not act efficiently between the crystal layers of the oven’s door, which leads us to a manual cleaning that we may possibly be unable to carry out in the knowledge of how to disassemble the oven’s door. If you do not have a self-cleaning oven, the small tutorial that we give you will be useful for you as well.
Not all ports are the same and every manufacturer has their anchoring systems, so we are going to generalize a lot.
Open the oven it must be off and cold.
Finding the hinges: generally they are found to be linked to the right and other to the left.
Identify the way to block them: this is the most complicated part of the process. Let's put a couple of examples:
Each hinge has a palanquite that when opening it prevents the door from being closed.
The hinge does not have any handle, but if there is a small need for a cleat or a screw. In this case, it would be necessary to introduce a cleat or a screw so that the gate is blocked.
Once the hinges are blocked, close the door to space until the hinge is covered.
Firmly hold the door and lift it slightly to clear the door.
How to reassemble the oven’s door after a deep cleaning.
We repeat the reverse process. With the hinges still blocked, we introduced them in their respective pockets. When creams that are correctly embedded, we open the side door, making sure that it is stable.
Once verified, we remove the screws or nails that block the hinges, we return the handle to its correct position.
Finally, let's check that the door closes correctly.
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