Question about DeLonghi Ovens
Detatching the oven door on delonghi gss601, the hinges are broken and although one hinge released immediately the other hinge will not release to allow the oven door to come off.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will probably have to remove the rear panel of the oven, this is on the outside that I am referring to, and you will see the 2 securing scews for the element, you might have to push the insulation to one side to see the screws.
This should solve your problem.
Please good feedback if this helps.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
I have the same problem and am about to replace both hinges and hinge
runners (http://shop.ukwhitegoods.co.uk) recommend you should replace
both hinges as if one is gone the other will follow soon. The section
on the hinge gives a good account on how to replace the hinges safely
and how to get to the runners that may need getting into the inside of
the oven by removing the sides. I havent gone through this yet so
cannot honestly give any more advice other than whats out on the web.
If you follow this link please:
The parts you need are listed there for you. Part numbers 031118009907R and 031199009903R
Posted on May 08, 2009
This is a relatively easy fix however you will need to remove the door and it is heavy!
Start by opening the door completely and engage the small "locks" that are at the base of the hinge. This will ensure that the spring loaded hinges do not "spring open" when you remove the door. You then will need to remove the hinges from the door via a series of phillips head screws that hold the hinge assembly in place. The new hinges must be "preloaded" into the Open position using a vise or some means of holding the hinge in place while you use a small section of pipe to provide leverage needed to open the hinge so that the Locks can be engaged.
Once the new hinges are "pre-loaded" and the locks are engaged, you can reverse the procedure to re-install the hinges into the door and re-install the door.
The hinges are commercially avaialble from Applianceparts.com
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
You will have to pull the oven dorr up and out again, it might be a little hard to pull but the door didn't went in straight and it's preventing the hinge from closing. go to repairclinic.com for an ilustration on how the door and hinges fit in place.
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
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