Replaced oven door but the sides of the door aren't staying in?
Answer Hello Bill. You need to check and make sure the trim 5303935245 is installed properly on the unit.
I replaced the glass on the oven door but my renters say that the side trim won't stay on the door. Did I miss something or do I need another part?
Answer Hello Bill,
The trim should be hooked in at one end with a screw on the other, (on most designs). If you could please re-post with the model number from the units' I.D. tag, we can look up the door assembly and give you some things to check. Thank you for your patience and understanding in this matter.
How do I install part 316406401 for model number FEF366EBE? Thank you.
Answer Hello Lee. To change the glass in an oven door, you will need to determine how to remove the door on the model number you are working on. If you open the door to the first stopping point, some oven doors will lift off the unit in this position. On other models, you will see clips on the back of the hinge toward the opening where the hinge enters the range. If yours is like this, you will open the door all the way open, then pull the clips down until they stop and lock in place. Then close the door to the stopping point and lift the door off the range. If you door does not lift off, and it does not have the clips, then you will open the door all the way open. You will see a hole in the hinge at the bottom of the door. You will insert a pin or nail into that hole and close the door to the stopping point. Then you can lift the door off the unit. Once the door is removed, you will lay it on a soft surface and disassemble the door. Pay attention and make notes if needed for reassembly of the oven door. Once you have replaced the door glass, you will reinstall the oven door back onto the range in reverse order of the way you removed it.