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Teba Mini Kitchen (Oven & 2 x Hotplates). Left hand side hinge on oven door has come undone? Doesn't look broken, looks as if metal clasp inside has come off?

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  • joc24 Dec 26, 2008

    taken oven door of to clean on my teba oven , can't get it back on

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Did anyone ever figure out how to fix the hinge problem? My girlfriend has one of these ovens and the right side hinge is loose but i'm unsure of how to tighten it. The door won't close all the way, so it takes forever to cook anything.

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I can fix most anything. i have one of these and would love to get another. how is it today? email me at rnb3875@hotmail.com. thank you , robin

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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