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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hotpoint BD 31 Cooker door
The doors are easy to remove if you know how.!
Where the hinge enters the door itself, there is a little catch which can be turned with a flat screwdriver.
By doing so you prevent the hinge from moving into the door.
Do this on both sides.
Then allow the door to move towards the closed position.
About 3/4 of the way to closing, grasp the door at each side, firmly, and move it from side to side gently.
The hinges will begin to dislodge from the oven frame.
The door will be free to remove and be worked on.
The sealant which holds the glass door to the hinges, needs to be a silicone that is heat resistent.
Silcoset 158 Silicone Adhesive Sealant in a 75ml tube has done the job for me - other brands are available online - but make sure they are heat resistent to 300C
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
If your oven has timer and it is flashing AUTO then you need to reset it to manual for it to work.
If no timer then it could be a faulty door micro switch, located at the front left side..\Hope this helps, please leave feed back.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
Pull the door down as far as it will go, and at the lower end of the hinges, there you should see what looks like 2 round discs, with a step cut out, rotate the discs with a scewdriver as far as they will go,then close the door and pull it towards you, the door should then pull off.
Replace both hinges, not just the one ,or it will close unevenly.
Slot the hinges back into the hinge slots, pull the door down, rotate the disc back to their original setting, and that should be it.
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Posted on Dec 27, 2008
If the elements 'look' okay, they probably are. The 'infinite control switch' is probably the problem. With out the use of a meter, it's guess work. Unless you can see a connection problem.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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