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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: oven door not closing
I was having the same problem with my frigidaire oven door. I was thinking that it was the seal getting in the way at first, but then I realized that the hinges needed to be repositioned. I wasn't in the mood for that kind of reengineering, so I came up with a better solution. Magnets. Not those **** fridge magnets either. Neodymium magnets. Place them on the upper part of the inside of the door, near the door lock (outside of the seal). You'll only need about three or four depending on the size. (get the fatest ones you can). If you know a computer geek you might be able to get a few free magnets from an old hard drive. I used five of these and I can just about pull the oven out of it's place while trying to open the door. The onhly problem is that heat destroys magnets and I can't say how long these will last because I just figured this out tonight.
Posted on Jan 25, 2011
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Jul 08, 2016 | Neff Ovens
Hello Berna Morgan, thank you for your inquiry!
Based off the information you have provided the door on your Frigidaire oven is locked. If you check on the control panel of your oven there should be a clear or cancel button, hold that down for three to five seconds. If that does not help unlock your door I would suggest performing a power reset and you can do that flipping the household circuit break for roughly ten minutes. That should provide a factory reset to your oven. I hope this information is helpful to some degree. -Matt
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I am not sure about your oven model. I had a similar problem in my oven. The hinges are riveted to the oven and can be fixed.
First remove the oven door - normally the door slides on to two prongs on either side and is screwed down.
Once the door is removed check the mechanism that holds the two prongs to the oven body. Mine were held with stainless steel rivets that had worn out and became wobbly. Cut the rivets and replace them with new ones. You can get a rivet driver and the stainless steel rivets for under $20 at Home Depot.
Hope this works for you.
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