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How do you remove door from Jenn-Air JMW9527BAB Oven?

My Oven Door - Jenn Air model# JMW9527BAB, does not have the standard removal method. No sliding bar or the ability to lift & remove.

The dust inside the glass is terrible, so I want to remove & clean.

Any ideas?

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stuart, here is what the service manual suggest :

Open the oven door as wide as possible.

Place an 1/8" pin in the hole on the right and left door hinges, see Figure 2-1,

Remove the screws from each side with a Phillips screwdriver.

Remove the lock plate from each side, Figure 2-1

Raise the oven door up to a broil stop position. In this position, it will be against the 1/8" pin.

Grasp the door toward the top on both sides. Lift the door up and out to remove.

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"SERVICING OVEN DOOR

1. Lay the oven door on a protected surface with the inner door panel facing down.

2. Remove three screws from lower trim.Remove trim piece.

3. Slide outer-door glass down to disengage from top trim. Remove.

4. Remove three screws from top oven door trim. Remove the two 3/8" nuts from the door handle bracket.

5. Lift up and off. This will disengage the side trim as well.

6. Remove the oven window pack by removing the 3/8" nuts from the insulation retainer."

Hope this helps, good luck.

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Thanks OldTurkey, I won't have time for a while, but I will try this.

by stuart

Sounds good, let us know if it worked for you.

by oldturkey03

I will never buy a Jenn Aire again. It has been the worst oven ever. First the temp probe stops working and now the self clean oven won't work.

by joan

tried your directions to remove my over door and worked like a charm, thanks for the tip!

by remington06

Thanks oldturkey03 worked perfect on my wives Jenn-Air double oven wall unit #JJW8630. I cut to small pieces out of a wire coat hanger for the pins, fit was just right.

by Wayne

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