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Door is out of "plumb"

I recently noticed that my oven door is leaning to the right and rubbing on the trim. Does anyone know of a solution to "replumb" it?

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  • Samd007 Feb 07, 2008

    I will try and adjust it as soon as dinner is over... I know that I can hang on to the door longer then..LOL I'll let you know. Thank you

  • Samd007 Feb 11, 2008

    I finally was able to get to the door, I removed it bu there was no way to adjust the door. The model is a Kitchen Aide KGSA906PSS00. There is a small screw above each hinge but they go directly into one hole there is no way to slide the hinge without drilling another hole in it to put the screw into.

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You will need to remove the door first....Pull the door open slightly it will hold in that position about 3"-4"open. then grab both sides of the door and pull stright up the door will lift off (Note: Some models require you to remove a screw first to see if you have this type open the door completely and look by the hinge) After the door is off you will see an Adjustment screw on top if the hinge you will need to screw it in or out depending on which side you want to raise or lower. after the adj replace the door to check alignment

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  • Gary Davd
    Gary Davd Feb 07, 2008

    Did that FIX YA?????

  • Gary Davd
    Gary Davd Feb 07, 2008

    OK but it is hot now !!! haha

  • Gary Davd
    Gary Davd Feb 11, 2008

    You adjust the screw up and down Well see you rated me thanks for trying guess i will let you seek other help

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