Question about Ovens
The door, seal and hinges appear to be fine but it doesnt fully close itself unless its held shut by an object leant against it from the outside. What could be stopping it from closing that last little bit as it should please? Is it done by magnets inside the oven chassis?
The last person who used the oven door as a shelf to rest a heavy roast has bent the bracket the hinges go in to.
A piece of dowel (broomstick) cut to the width of the oven and placed as a fulcrum in the hinges, gentle pressure when almost closed can bend it back into position, but that wont last.
>> Replace front frame or retention brackets
Posted on Oct 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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We had this problem. You need to buy the door hinges from somewhere, I got them online, and then get someone to fix them on and that fixes the door and glass issue.
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Posted on Mar 16, 2008
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