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Put back smeg oven door

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I took this off to clean it and for the life of me cannot get it back in place, any ideas out there? I have taken the door off my Smeg oven to clean it and am unable to replace it. I have followed the instructions in the book let but am unable to get the bottom hinges to attach.

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Http://www.smeg-service.co.uk/support/index.php?a=3

Here is a link to the pdf file that you can download from the internet for instructions about your door.
Just copy and paste the link into your browser window and click.

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