2 of 4 people found this instruction helpful
Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair:30 - 60 mins
CustomerEarle from Taylorsville UT
Both hinges were bent, probably from dropping the door, or leaning on it when it was in the down position.
1st; I opened the door, 2nd; removed the keepers that prevent the door from coming unhinged. 3rd; placed 2 short screws in the holes in the hinges. 4th; raised the door until it stopped. 5th; lifted the door upward and slid the hinges out of the slots in the range. 6th; laid the door face up on a microwave stand. With a handle on the outside, and hinges sticking out of the inside, it was inpossible to lay the door flat on a larger surface, and get around it. 7th; removed 2 screws from the inside top, and the 8 screws from the very bottom. 8th; removed the bottom rail, and the handle assembly. From there everything was stacked pieces. Picked the glass front up, and carefully set it safely aside. Picked each piece up and cleaned it, and started the re-assembly. The hardest part of the process was getting the fiberglass rope around the inside glass, to stay in place during the initial re-assembly. From there, the assembly was just the reverse order. the process was about 1 hour and 20 minutes, due to lack instructions and practice, plus cleaning, finding screws, and tools, Instructions may have been on line, but I didn't find them. The new hinges came with pins in place, and should have come with an extra set to lock the old hinges.
5 of 17 people found this instruction helpful
- Door Hinge - Left or Right side
Level of DifficultyReally easy
Time to do repair:15 - 30 mins
CustomerJeff from Palm Beach Gardens FL
Oven door sagged & wouldn't close properly
Took off oven door removed all screws to get old hinges out. Replaced with new hinges and put the door back together.