Question about Ovens
I had the same problem today I found that you have to extend the hindge enough to have the lock tabs lock into the door to hold the hindge in the extend mode. If the tabs are not back in the door it will continue to snap back. After you lay the door in place be sure to extend the lock tabs back up into the oven side towards the pins that you hindge lay on. WATCH YOUR FINGER TIPS!!!
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
Click on the link below to watch a video that explains how to remove and put the door back on the oven for most modern ranges.
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