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Replacing the oven door

I have taken the door off to clean the oven having done this before without problems. However, i noticed that where the tiny catches that lock on to the "arms" in order to remove it, they were still locked on to them when i had removed it. the manual said they would be released.

I managed to release only one of them and now the arm is at right angles to the oven door and i cannot manage to reinsert the oven door. I' afraid to push this arm down so that it resembles the other one as i don;t want to damage it - is it spring loaded? it feels very hard to push which i why i haven;t. I don;t know how to replace the door. The arm of the left is ok. the one on the right is at 90 degress and the smaller arm above it is floppping about. What can i do please?

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I just fixed this. Rest the bottom of the door on a rug and push the long arm down by foot, as it is spring loaded it needs a lot of force. Once it is down slip the catch of the smaller arm on to the hook. Both sides will now be the same and you insert the door gently into the oven. Hope this helps.
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