I dismantled the door into 2 separate pieces by unscrewing the 3 screws on each side. I then place a 2mm thick washer on to upper hole of the hinge and a 3 mm spacer onto the upper plastic fitting to slightly angle the inner door skin. Heh presto the door closes and seals perfectly.
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sounds to me like bottom hinges are set to close to oven/ need spacers so oven door closes flat top and bottom at moment it seems that bottom is to tight before oven door is closed ,try fitting spacers behind hinge fixings at bottom, good luck
Hello- Many ovens use spring-loaded hinges to carry the weight of the door. Over time, these springs weaken or the hinge gets bent just enough to not fully close door. The door gasket can also become flat and stiff, compounding problem. Any small gap releases heated air, and oven will not heat up properly. Replacing the door springs should solve problem.- Thanks -Ed