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Old 01-26-2010, 07:20 PM   #1
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Cleaning Cycle Stained Stove


My wife put our stove on the cleaning cycle only to find out afterwards it turned the white piece on the very top of the door a little brown. I'm going to replace that piece but can't figure out how to remove it. I'm guessing I start by removing the screws on the inside of the stove door but as you can see in the pics, it has a real funny looking head.

Can you please tell me how to remove this top white piece so we can replace it? Thank you very much!
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Cleaning Cycle Stained Stove


Mine is the same way. I have never turned mine on Self-clean since the first time I used it, and it cracked two of the knobs. Ovens will self clean themselves during the baking & broiling of stuff in it.

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