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Maytag MERH752BAQ - Drips between glass on oven door. How

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Maytag MERH752BAQ - Drips between glass on oven door. How can I clean it???
Hey i will help you. Running the self clean cycle will not remove these drips if the drips are inside the oven door. You will need to remove the door from the unit and take the oven door apart to clean the glass. To remove the door on this model open the door at like a 45 degree angle and it should have a area where it will stop on its own. Just open the door and see where it stops and grasp the sides of the door and it should lift off the hinges. Once the door is off lay it down and start removing screws to get to the inside glass you need to clean. If you have any more questions let me know and please remember to click accept. Thanks David
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
What about putting the door back together?

Read a few commentson-line and all seemed to have problems putting it back together. Also, this does not break the seals for the self-cleaning???
As for putting the door back together. Just lay the panels out in order and put them back in the way they came out.Every door is different and some only have a few screws holding them together. Your model looks fairly easy to take apart. You will not have to worry apart hurting the seal.The oven door locks during self clean and that is what seals up the door .The lock holds the door seal tight to the oven.You will not hurt anything by taking the door apart.Please remember to click accept. Thanks David
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