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Door Hinge - Left or Right Side
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PartSelect Number PS2087906
Manufacturer Part Number 74010546
This door hinge can be used for the left or right side. As per the manufacturer if the hinges have never been replaced on the appliance, they suggest to replace the door hinge receptacle kit.
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Norman from Brockton, MA
I leaned on the door and broke the hindge
I had a lot of trouble unlocking the door hindge you must pull the door out to change the hinge they are on the hinge and slide foward then pull the door up and out lay the door flat on a table cover the table with a towel so you don't scrach either one. Unscrew 6 screws on the door cover. 3 on top 3 on bottom take the cover off the hinges are exposed there 3 screws on the hinge 1 on the front and 2 on the bottom replace hinges install face insert door and lock the hinge it's all done. I wish I had these directions Read more...
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Door Hinge - Left Side
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PartSelect Number PS11747290
Manufacturer Part Number WP9760574
For Stainless Steel models ONLY.
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Tony from HAYDEN, ID
door hinges worn out oven door not fully closing
Remove and replace oven door hinges. Disassembly of oven door unit required. Step by step instructions available on youtube. Read more...
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$48.63
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Door Hinge - Right Side
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PartSelect Number PS11747291
Manufacturer Part Number WP9760575
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William from Dumfries, VA
Inside oven door glass was broken and door was not closing completely.
I removed the door from the oven by locking the hinges with the built-in locks leaving the door open about 20 degrees. the door can then be lifted slightly off the hinges and pulled out at the bottom while tilting the top inward to remove it from the oven. With the door laying on a suitable surface with the outside face down, I removed about 6 or 8 screws from the door inside panel freeing the springs and the inside panel from the middle and front panels. Care must be taken to note from which locations the pointed self-taping screws come as opposed to the narrower-thread machine screws that hold the springs. Note: The inside panel does not need to be removed! Once the inside panel is freed from the inner panels, using suction cups the glass can be lifted slightly and slid toward the bottom of the door, rotated slightly, and removed through the window hole in the back face of the door. The new glass is installed in a similar way using suction cups by maneuvering it at a angle through window hole and into its frame. The hinges were replaced by lifting the bottom of the inner door panel slightly to clear the hinge and swapping in the new ones. Be sure to observe the difference between the left and right hinges in the location of the screw hole at the bottom of each hinge The narrow-thread machine screws that hold the hinges to the inside panel should be installed first while you can get you hand inside the door to hold each hinge in alignment with the screw holes while you start each screw. Re-install the pointed self tapping screws by pressing down on the rear panel to collapse the spring-action glass frames within the door so that the short screws will reach their threaded hole. Be careful to back off the self tapping screws first until you feel a click into the original threads to avoid stripping the holes. Last re-install the door on the oven. The replacement hinges should have come with the springs already "cocked" with the built in locks in place. Install the door with it in tan almost-closed position by sliding the hinge extensions into the slots in the oven. Once the extensions are properly in the slots the door can be fully opened and the built-in hinge locks re-positioned to the unlocked position to allow the door to fully close. Should you accidentally release only one of the hinge locks in trying to insert the hinge extensions into the slots you will have to reset the hinge. If the door is free from the oven, this may require a pair of heavy pliers, like channel lock pliers, to re-tension the hinge spring and "cock" the hinge extension by re-positioning the built-in lock in the locked position. If the hinge lock on one side of the door releases, but the the opposite side hinge extension is not fully inserted into the oven slot I recommend carefully moving the door to the fully open position, being careful to avoid twisting the inserted spring's extension, so that the hinge lock can be re-positioned to the locked position, the door full removed, and start again to install it. It helps to have two persons to hold opposite sides of the door for this operation as the door is heavy, but not essential. When in the proper position the hinge extensions may not appear fully inserted, but this is normal to allow for closing of the built in locks. It helps to observe how much of the hinge extension is exposed either before removing the door initially, or, if you have a double oven, looking at the hinges on the door of the other oven. Good luck with your repair. Read more...
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Door Hinge - Left or Right Side
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PartSelect Number PS11747428
Manufacturer Part Number WP9782033
This hinge is located on each side of the oven door. Sold individually.
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Sheila from Tustin, CA
Hinges were broken
Take the door off the oven by sliding out the old hinges that hold the door on to the oven. Put the door up on a protected table so that the hinges can hang down and free of the table. This step will make the job go much more simple. Proceed by removing all visable screws. Make a mental note on how the old hinges are held in and how the door comes apart. Take your time this is not a hard task! I am a homemaker, was taking care of my grandson that day and still accomplished the task in under an hour. The repair people wanted $145.00 labor only to install this part! Read more...
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Hinge Receptacle
PartSelect Number PS11744396
Manufacturer Part Number WP74010551
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$69.84
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Door Hinge - Kit of 2
PartSelect Number PS3504027
Manufacturer Part Number W10347466
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$6.98
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Oven Door Hinge Pin
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PartSelect Number PS11740692
Manufacturer Part Number WP307986
This hinge pin is sold individually.
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Mark from Leawood, KS
Broken Oven Door
This is an easy fix. Just before the holidays, it was imperative that this appliance be in top shape. Since the door 'hung' wrong, it was determined that the hinge pin broke. Remove the 2 phillips head screws on the door and open the door to the to a 15 degree opening. This position allows you to slip the door off the hinge levers. Now that the door is off, replace the hinge pin and slip the retainer ring on with a screw driver blade to push it on the pin. Slide the door back on the levers and fasten the retainer screws. DONE! Read more...
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Door Hinge
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PartSelect Number PS11742639
Manufacturer Part Number WP4455523
Includes the coiled spring and can be used for either left or right side of appliance. Sold individually.
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David from San Jose, CA
Hinges needed to be replaced having been overstrained
I paid for an online advice service (Just answer)after failing to remove the hinges. The advice was not remotely helpful and I have asked for my deposit back.

Here are the steps:

Remove the door: Place the two tiny studs taken from the tongues of the new hinges in the same holes in the old door.
Holding the door just open, lift up and out to remove the door from the oven.

Lay the door on its inside surface, then remove 2 Phillips head screws from both the top and bottom edges of the door to release the front glass assembly. The hinges can now be seen.

Turn the door over and remove four Phillips heads screws to release the hinges, replace with new hinges.

Replace the two small studs in the hinge tongues and replace the door reversing the removal process. Remove and save the two studs (handy if you ever want to clean the glass on the inside)
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Door Hinge - Right Side
PartSelect Number PS11747287
Manufacturer Part Number WP9760571
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Door Hinge - Left Side
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PartSelect Number PS11747288
Manufacturer Part Number WP9760572

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