Question about Jenn-Air JJW8130D Electric Single Oven
After replacing the springs on the door I found out that there is not enough tension to fully close and seat the door. I can not find a way to increase the tension
Sometimes those springs hang on a hook with "notches" so that you can increase the tension by moving to a higher notch. If they don't have any adjustment on them, and you just put a replacement spring on I'd start looking other places for the problem first. If you got the closest springs they had at the hardware store, then you can increase the tension by curling down (thus shortening) the hook ends of the spring with long nose pliers. On a strong spring like an oven spring this will be kind of difficult.
Make sure there isn't any rubbing or other problem going on with the hinges... sometimes just a couple drops of 3 in 1 oil will do the trick.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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