Question about Kitchen Ranges
The same thing is happening with my oven. I have found a web page which sells the parts and removing the door and replacing the hinge would be easy enough. The design of the door however, may mean the problem just happens again.
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
You have to get the tension off of the hinge and it will drop right in. The spring loaded arm on the door needs to be drawn back until you can (depending on the style) either lock the u-arm into the notch on the other side of the hinge, or put a small bolt through the aligning holes in the side of the hinge. Once you get the arm straightened out a bit and relieve the spring pressure, you should be able to sit it right in there. Be careful though, that spring is strong.
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
Contact the britannia Service team on 01253471111 option 3. Someone there will be able to talk you through or they could do it for you.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
SOURCE: hinge, oven door #822144
Pull up on the door to remove it from the hinges.
Remove the pan drawer on the bottom. Remove the spring from the hinge to be replaced. Remove the hinge mounting screws. Remove the hinge.
Reverse this process to install the new hinge.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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