Question about Ovens
Tell us what you see, down near the bottom of the oven door-- on both the right and the left sides of the door--
Usually there are 2 or 3 flush screws right near the bottom-- These screws screw into the strong steel hinge coming out from the oven, and the springs, etc.-- behind the visible...
If you removed these screws, and the door does not budge--
Is the door loose-- at all?--- Could there be another hidden screw holding it tight?
Look closer, and tell us what you see.
Remember-- There are STRONG SPRINGS behind the scenes! - that are very powerful--
You can't remove the door, if the springs are under tension--
You have to remove the door, with the springs controlled -- either by a detent, or by another restraining device-- so the door has no tension, while you are trying to remove it from the steel support brackets.
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