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Chambers Oven Door Spring

Where can I get a replacement door spring for my Chambers 27" Double Oven (SCO-2273)?

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Michael

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    I have a 1961 Chambers Single oven OEO-4 and also need the oven door springs and thermostat. Has anyone been successful as of yet?

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Hi Michael and Susan. For the spring, you need to take the front off the stove. You will see two springs threaded onto two rods, held in place by a washer and nut. Remove the nut and replace the spring.
I, by the way, sell the springs, and have the timer and clock knob. Please check out my business. rmrcompany.net.
Thx Rob RMR Co., Inc. 619-231-2808

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Hi Michael, Were you able to find parts for your oven? I have the same oven but need a minute minder and clock knob..Would love to know how to get parts for this oven.. Thanks Sherry sherrysotres@yahoo.com

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Got a spring from Lowes (Hillman Part # 543028 for about $4), it's larger than the original but seems much sturdier, original is really thin metal. Fit the space provided without problem.

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