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Adjustment to door hinge, as door does not close completely

Delonghi professional DFS903, the door does not close totally and must be affecting the performance of my oven. How do i go about adjusting the door hinges? many thanks Mat

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In most cases door hinges needs to be replace but some time with old stile ovens and ranges help this trik:
1. Put small towels on right and left hinge between the door and range/oven body
2. Close door and gently push like you try to close completely.
3. Try several times.
4. Open door, remove towels and see if it helps
5. If not replace hinges

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