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The door on my Ariston CP 859 MT oven no longer closes tightly, is there a way to adjust the door tension?

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  • mckenz5 Apr 25, 2010

    The door on my Ariston CP-859mt oven no longer closes firmly. There is a small gap which lets out the heat. Can anyone tell me how to adjust the door?

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Ensure the two bottom hooks of the oven door are properly latched in place.....see page 5 of the User's & Installation Manual. Also check the door seal for wear and tightness.

I'll look forward to hearing back from you with any further questions, comments, or concerns. :-)

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Im not sure what will be the cause in your case...but in general if the hinges are adjustable... all you have to do is to let them a little longer ....I mean the distance in the lower point to the edge of the oven to be a few millimeters wider...and it will close better cause the tension will be loosed ...another issue may be with the springs ...but this is particularly in each model and case...and usually there is not much to do about ...so see if the hinges are adjustable ..and try to put some distance between the edge of door and the bottom side of the oven ...Also check the rubber isolation gasket is not damaged..this also can make it not even ..
if the hinges are adjustable in vertical...just see by trying ...witch way should they go ...lower or higher...cause this may depend on the reason ...and will change the angle and allow the springs to work better ...It actually have a point that allow the tension to be in exterior or interior...cause the actual spring is in the hinge and it is a steel elastic blade ...something like that ...I have a little language barrier ...

Posted on Apr 24, 2010

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    Catalin Turcu Apr 24, 2010

    by the way ..I forgot to mention ..if they just do not want to work proper anymore...you can always get to a hardware store and buy new hinges to change them ...I dont think will cost too much and if you do it yourself ..its ok ..

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