Question about Kitchen Ranges
Firstly open door fully and then place the metal clips, part B, which form part of the hinge arm, part A, onto the hook on the under side of the hinge arm, part C. Once you have done this you have then locked the hinges in position but be aware that the hinge springs are now fully loaded.
Now you can remove the door as illustrated in the second picture here. There are two movements here but you must hold the door by the sides. Do not hold the door by the handle because once the door is off the oven you will have the weight of the door on the handle, it will break off and your door will be in a thousand bits on the kitchen floor. I have no problem in supplying you with a new door but you don’t want to part with 100 quid at this stage.
While holding the door at the sides, lift it to 45 deg and then pull it towards you. You should now be able to safely remove the oven door....
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Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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