Question about Ovens
Based on your video - it looks like the hinge part that is on the door was not locked into place when you removed the door.
Using a screwdriver you should be able to pull that piece out and there should be a small locking plate that you can swing into place to keep the hinge out. Repeat on both sides. Then you slip the door back on, open fully and push the locking plate back in.
Here is a youtube video showing the proper procedure for door removal and replacement.
Posted on Dec 31, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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