WARNING: Always wear gloves for greater safety.
Start by disconnecting your oven. If this is not possible, or if you do not know how to, you can also disconnect your general mains supply at the meter.
Make sure you clear s uitably sized table or work surface so you can work in comfort safely.
Carefully open the door. If necessary, hoover up any shards of glass that might lead to injury or block the door mechanism.
You may be able to unscrew the metallic structure around the door glass before removing it. Or you may have to unscrew the door and free it from its hinges, holding each side of the door.
Place the door on a flat surface: the work surface you cleared earlier.
Remove the retaining screws and carefully remove the glass.
If necessary, take the time to hoover up any further shards of glass that may be present around and inside your oven to make sure there are no bits of glass left.
If your door glass is just cracked or in a suitable condition, measuring the glass itself is the best way. Enter these measurements directly into our calculator.
If this is not possible, measure the seating of the door glass inside the door and take away 3mm from each side.
Example, if you measure 500m x 300mm, order for 497 x 297 mm
Carefully replace the glass into its seating. Simply follow the steps for removing the glass in reverse order.
BE CAREFUL WHEN TIGHTENING SCREWS: The retaining screws must hold the glass in place. Be careful not to apply too much tightening pressure.
Finished! You now have a new oven door glass panel.