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Oven door will not close at top

With door closed there is approx 3/8" gap at the top of the door, so it does not even contact the rubber gasket. The bottom of the door is tight against the unit housing. The door also appears to be bent in the same spot on each side closer to the bottom but the bend is away from the oven at the top, as opposed to back towards the oven which would make sense since we are pushing the top of the door in towards the oven to try to get the gap at the top to seal. I also cannot see the hinging mechanism in the door itself. It does not appear to be any type of bar or rod which the hook part of the hinge would pivot on. Are there any better manuals out there than just the owners manual?

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