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I understand you are having trouble putting the door back on your Frigidaire wall oven. Without knowing exactly how you removed the door I cannot say with certainty how to reattach the door. However, when removing the door did you pull up the lock located on both hinge supports and engage it in the hinge lever hooks? You might have had to apply a little downward pressure on the door to pull the locks fully over the hinge lever hooks. Then grab the door by the sides and pull the bottom of the door up and toward you to disengage the hinge supports. If so, then to reattached the door grab the door by the sides; place the hinge supports in the hinge slots. Open the door to the fully opened position. Disengage the lock from the hinge lever hooks on both sides. Make sure the hinge supports are fully engaged before unlocking the hinge levers. Then close the oven door. There are instructions with images to remove and replace the oven door in the owner's manual. I hope this information proves helpful for you.
The set has to be very carefully laid face down so the frame around the screen is evenly supported (on a padded surface is best) and SO NO PRESSURE IS PUT ON THE SCREEN ITSELF---ANY DOWNWARD PRESSURE AGAINST THE SCREEN CAN DESTROY THE SCREEN UNIT.
You will find at least 4 bolts that secure the base to the set itself that need to be removed to get it off---bag and save them in case you ever want to put it back on.
remove bottom acces panel 1/4 screw sometimes torx bit ubplug washer reach in on non hinge side against doorshould be door lock latch assymbley, bottom of latch assymbley is a round plastic end thats spring loaded ,pull downward and open door replace door lock assymbley
From doing a good amount of internet research I have found that this problem is "fixable". Inside the top portion of the arm there is a spring. That spring was made to support the weight of the screen, but after readjusting the screen so many times, the spring loses its ability to hold the weight. If you take apart the top part of the arm (the top part, not the sides, pop it off with a flathead, be careful) you can fix it a number of ways. I used a zip tie. Go right through the middle. and tighten it until you get the screen where you like it (forever). thats just want i did. Do some googleing people!
I have looked at the specification for this, and although it does show as being VESA compatible (This is a display standard)
There is no mention of any "wall mounting" capabilities at all, which would lead me to believe that this is not designed to be put on a mount.
also the "Magic Rotation" Technology which is part of this device may rely on it using the proprietory stand, it may well be possible to remove the stand however, but it would require some significant dissasembly as the power connector is on the signal box, and this would need to be seperated from the stand itself.
The mounting bolts look to be hidden behind the round pivot cover on the back, and it may be possible to see if mounting is possible simply by removing this, however I would seek information from the manufacturer about this as removing any of the covers would most likely invalidate your warranty, it is possible that this was missold to you and you should be able to take it back as not being fit for purpose.