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Hi, i have a eurolec and had the same problem. For ours the door had to hinged pieces of metal on either side of the door. To get the door back on we pulled the longer of the two pieces of metal as far down as the spring would allow (took a lot of force) and jamed a bit of metal (we used some slef tapping screws that we had) in their to stop it moving back. This is done on both sides.
You simply slide the door into place and then move it to the completely open position. Pushing the door a little more open allows you to remove the pieces of metal to be removed and then the door operated correctly