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open the oven door all the way and look down at the hinges. there is a little locking clip that you swing into position that locks the hinge from closing. it might be stiff and need some cleaning depending on how old and dirty your oven is. Also you might have to push down on the oven door to make the hinge open fully to get the locking tabs into place. making shore that the locking clips stay in place and hold open the hinge as you lift the oven door slowly towards its closing position and you will see the whole hinge lift up from inside the oven cabinet and the door will just lift out. be careful not to catch your fingers. make sure the looking tabs stay in place during removal as the hinge is very hard to get back into this position again. re fitting is the reversal making sure that you have pushed the base of the door all the way back into the cabinet and push down on the as to open it to release the tabs.
Without seeing it don't know which you have open the door look at the hinges if you have what looks like little levers that fold down then raise them up fully start to close the door slowly they will catch the levers raise the door slightly and pull out if you have the other style open the door fully look at the hinge you should see a small hole insert a small screw in each hinge follow same procedure.
take door off oven, usually has a catch on hinges when fully open then close to 80% and take off. Lay door flat on bench with handle overhanging bench. disassemble inner and outer. CLEAN reassemble. reinstall.
If it is a drop down door with hinges on the bootom of the oven door, then it is likely to be weak door hinge springs, the usual solution is to replace both hinges.
If it is a swing open door, then the problem is related to a worn or broken door catch, or worn striker pin.
If it is a drop down door, then you need to replace both door hinges, if it is a door that opens sideways, then it is probably the door catch, or door striker that needs to be replaced.
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Usually, u open the door as far as possible and at the lower end of the hinges you shoud find what look like 2 small catches, pull these up and latch them on to a hook or something similar on the main part of the hinges, this compresses the springs, and then lft up the door and pull towards u, this should release the door, and then change the glass, then offer the hinges into the slots, and pull the door back down, then release the catches.
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Thanks a million, solved the problem like a charm. For those that can't find it, it is on the left side orf the OVEN, not the stove. Once you open the door, you'll find it on the frame's upper left side corner, can't miss it. Good luck
Open the door fully and with a small screw driver, look closely at the hinge area on the oven cavity. There you will see a small lever that will rotate down and lock the door in place. Once in the locked position, begin closing door, you will feel the door 'catch' then lift the door off of the oven. The door can now be disassembled and cleaned.