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I recently had a small spring go on the oven door, but before I could put it in, the left side started sticking towards the open position. It is getting harder to open and close now, even with the spr


I would look for something more like a larger spring that the small spring was regulating. The door being askew would suggest that there is some tension that is no longer in place.

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Oven light on display says door and now wont heat


The oven will not turn on the heat because it thinks the door is still open. It thinks the door is open because it has a sensor that gets pressed by the door when it closes (look around edges of oven that get covered when door closes) this sensor is wet, dirty or broken so when you close the door the sensor still says its open. Did you clean around the door with a wet cleaning fluid?

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There are a number of reasons why a car door won't open. First, make sure the car is unlocked. If it is, check the seatbelt. If your seat belt does not fully retract, it may be closed up inside the door of the car. Sometimes when this happens, the door closes with the seat belt positioned over the door's latching mechanism, causing everything to jam. Read more: Reasons a Car Door Won't Open ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/way_5390808_reasons-car-door-wont-open.html#ixzz1tFeulJqO ------------------------------------------------------------------
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Sony dav-dz555k home theatre system-dvd tray keeps opening and closing, wont read disc at all. have to manually push tray closed and change setting from dvd to something else to stop it.


You seem to be having a door sensor problem. When the CD tray closes a small switch under the loading tray shorts telling the microprocessor the door is closed and to stop the motor (either way when it opens or when it closes). A malfunction in this switch causes this symptom.

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The wire harness/track assembly below the door needs replaced. It is a fairly simple operation that can be done in your driveway or garage. If you have any questions on how to replace feel free to ask.

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Try adjusting the down force, Turn screw an eight of an inch.

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I opened the DVD door and something looked crooked... I pushed it down to straighten it... it clicked back into place and it works great! haha. I bought it off craigslist for only $15.. great deal. :)

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