I have got the new hinge and have removed the broken hinge and the door. Now, how do I replace the new hinge. I can't seem to see how it fits together with the door. Do I need to pull the door apart and if so how??
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Hello there, you will need a new hinge and probably the inside round piece of the door. Can you upload a photo? Please indicate the
E-Nr of the machine. You can find it on the label around the door and/or at the back of machine.
unclip the plastic cover off your door hinge and unscrew the screws on your door make sure you leave the top screw in just a bit so you can take it out with your fingers before you drop the door ok same for both sides
Remove all the screws securing the 2 door halves together, and gently prize apart the two halves with a screwdriver or similar, be careful not to drop the door glass.. You will probably be better off removing the door from the front of the m/c altogether.
Replace broken parts as req'd.
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The top hinge of my Neff integrated fridge freezer has broken so the door won't open and shut properly. As a temporary repair I intend to swop the hinges around -replacing the top hinge with the middle one but can't see how to remove the hinges. Can anyone help?