Thank you very much Samurai, that appears to be the trick I was missing, (the stops coming out to soon and locking the door onto the hinges if you pull it up to quick).
That was exactly what was happening on the hinge that isn't all buggered up, the one that is buggered up has no problem pulling all the way off because the stop is permanently out and that was stopping the door from closing correctly as the hinge pin wore out and fell out. The stop was bending beside the hinge edge so the door could be closed and held with a chair.
Even with the missing hinge pin I was able to get the stopper to retract and they were able to close the door and it stays closed all the way, just told them to be careful opening/closing the door until I could get the hinges.
Now the next problem:
Are the hinges able to be retrieved from the front after removing the two screws, (kind of like the Frigidaire hinges that look like this design style), or do you have to pull the 400 pound range out of it's place and remove the side panels? While researching info on this I found at one place someone said you had to remove the side panels, I sure hope not!!!!!