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The spring detached causing the door to stay open

We have the part from the left side of the oven and spring but don't know how to attach it

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Take the cover off by removing 6 screws around the back and 7 on the bottom (2 of these are safety screws but can be removed by a small flathead screwdriver); once you romove the wrap-around "hull" or cover you can see the spring on the left side of the oven from the frontal view.; the door stop is sort of a L shaped piece which you insert from the inside of the opening on the frame & thru the little hole on the left side of the door; once you do this stretch the spring and attach to the hole into hole you see on the middle of the L shaped piece.

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