Question about Bosch Kitchen Ranges
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I had a similar problem with a Roper. I removed the door and laid it on a pad/rug, the inside facing up to the ceiling. I cocked the hinges out as far as they would go with my foot. I had to do this with my foot because the springs on these hinges are very strong and will suddenly jump back into their original position if left alone. Looking at the hinges in the fully cocked, extended position you should see a single hole through each hinge. Place a small screw driver or nail through each hole to hold the hinges in the cocked position. Then lift the door up and align the hinges with the hinge slots on the oven. Slip the hinges into the slots and then push down to engage them. If you have a broiler under the oven you may want to open the door on it to give you more leeway. Once hinges are hooked in the slots you can open the door all the way and remove the screw drivers. You should be good to go. :) Anne
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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