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How to Align Door?: Miele Oven Door (H4881BP)

Oven Door Alignment

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#1 MuffinsTom

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Posted 24 November 2011 - 02:35 PM

Closed Miele oven door does not align well with upper control unit/trim. Appears that either side hinge needs to be re-positioned so that the side edges of the door align straight with the upper stationary control trim. In other words, the door is at a slight angle. I know how to remove the door from the oven unit. Just would like some advice before loosening hinge(s) to see if they can be re-positioned slightly.
Thanks in advance for your help.

BTW: If someone has the service manual for this oven, I'd LOVE to have it as well.

Tom

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