Question about Kitchen Ranges
Trying to put a stove door (Inglis) back on? any tips?
SOME HINGES HAVE A HOLE THROUGH THEM TO LOCK THE HINGE IN THE "BROIL STOP POSITION" THAT WILL MAKE IT ALOT EASIER TO REINSTALL THE DOOR. SOME HINGES HAVE A BUILT IN LEVER THAT YOU FOLD INTO THE JOINT OF THE HINGE, LOCKING IT IN PLACE. IF THE HINGE CAME OFF WITH THE DOOR, THERE ARE TWO PINS THAT THE HINGE HAS TO HOOK BACK OVER WHEN INSERTED INTO THE HOLES IN THE FRONT OF THE RANGE. FIND THE CORRECT ANGLE TO ENGAGE THE HINGES CORRECTLY.
IF THE HINGES ARE ATTACHED TO THE RANGE, PULL THEM OPEN TO THE BROIL STOP POSITION. THEY NORMALLY WILL HANG IN THAT POSITION. USE YOUR KNEE TO SUPPORT THE DOOR AS YOU SLIDE IT BACK OVER THE HINGES.
Posted on Mar 31, 2008
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