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Hi Andrew, I tried looking for the manual but couldn't find it. Here's what I found:_____________________Urgent Information for Kleenmaid CustomersKLEENMAID LIQUIDATION NOTICEThe Kleenmaid Group was placed into liquidation in May 2009. Kleenmaid Customer Solutions, the former Kleenmaid appliance service business was acquired by Aussie Whitegoods Rescue. For service, spare parts or sales on replacement product please phone or email our contact centre. For further information relating to the liquidation of the Kleenmaid Group, please visit the Deloitte website www.deloitte.com.au or email [email protected] For Service, Sales & Spare Parts you may call Aussie Whitegoods Rescue at Phone # 1300 652 100. Trading Hours 8.30am - 5.30pm Mon - Fri EST _____________________ They might be able to help you with the manual for your oven. I hope this helps.
You will probably have to replace the springs I doubt if they can ve fixed. you can open the door all the way and you will see a hole in the spring just inside the door. you can stick a nail in that hole, both springs that will hold the door open and you can lift the door out and check the springs I will tell you to have patience its not easy.
Hi There I found this for to read so you can fix your door.I hope this will help you.Let me know how it goes. The oven door won't closeIf
your oven door has gotten bent or warped (maybe you rested something
heavy on it…), you need to remove the door, disassemble it, and
straighten it. You can lift most oven doors off of their hinges by
opening the door several inches to its first "stop," and lifting the
entire door straight up. If
the hinges have become worn, damaged, or bent, you probably need to
replace them. We recommend replacing both hinges at the same time, to
prevent uneven wear of the undamaged hinge. Thank you for writing to fix ya. Best Regards Richard
The door hinge is probaly broken or could just be the spring. Open the door to the 45 degree position (halfway) and pull on the door. It should come off the hinge assembly. Slide out the oven a little to access the screws for the hinge to see what is broken or wore out.