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Electrolux oven door

Hello we have take electrolux oven door off lifted the catch on each one and removed door from oven.

the spring loaded catches have locked and we cannot put the door back on

can they be released

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I think your talking about the door hinges. If that is it, just pull to25% open position and slide the door back on them.

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