Kenmore wall oven microwave combos include all the features you expect in a top-notch appliance. Precise controls in Kenmore wall oven microwave combos make sure that your food gets heated perfectly every time. When your Kenmore wall oven microwave combo isn't working as it should, find the repair parts you need to fix the problem at Sears PartsDirect.
Kenmore wall oven microwave combo common replacement parts
Bake element. The bake element is at the bottom of an electric oven and provides the heat for the baking.
Broil element. The broil element is at the top of an electric oven interior and provides the heat for the broiling.
Oven door light switch. The oven door light switch is a plunger switch on the frame of the oven above the opening to the oven. The oven door pushes the oven light switch plunger in when the door is closed to turn the light off. When the door is open, the plunger is released and the light is on.
Outer oven door glass panel. The outer oven door glass panel is the heat-resistant piece of glass that forms the outer part of the oven door.
Replacing oven door hinges in your Kenmore wall oven microwave combo
Fully open the oven door. Use a slot screwdriver to pry down the locking tabs to the unlocked position on both sides of the door. Raise the door to the broil stop position, which is about 1/4 open. Grip both sides of the oven door and then lift up and out to remove the door.
Carefully place the oven door face down on a padded surface, such as a towel-covered table. Using the type of screwdriver that fits the screws, remove the screws that secure the door handle to the top of the oven door. Remove the handle.
Remove the screws at the bottom of the oven door. Lift the inner door panel assembly off the outer door panel and set it on the padded surface.
Remove the 2 screws on the inner oven door panel that secure each door hinge in place. Pull the hinges up and out of the inner door panel.
Position the new door hinges in place in the inner door panel assembly. Insert the screws in the new door hinges and tighten the screws firmly.
Reassemble the door and reinstall the door on the oven.