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JennAir Double Wall Oven Model# JJW9627DDS; Both Doors Will Not Stay Shut

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This double wall oven has both doors that will not stay shut.

 

The owners stuck a knife on the upper door to keep it shut enough to keep the interior light off.

 

Is this common?

 

Will new spring hinges on both doors do the trick?

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This double wall oven has both doors that will not stay shut.

 

The owners stuck a knife on the upper door to keep it shut enough to keep the interior light off.

 

Is this common?

 

Will new spring hinges on both doors do the trick?

 

This is a known issue and the hinges and receptacles have been modified (and must be changed as a set). Parts needed depend on the serial number, whether it is before or after series 16. The hinge receptacle rivot is the main problem, so changing just the hinges will not solve the issue.

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I knew you would know about this!

 

SERIAL# 17434299GP

 

Are there good instructions with the parts? On a scale from 1 to 10 what would you consider the difficulty?

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Oven Door Hinge 74010284, Qty 4

 

http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Oven-Door-Hinge/74010284/1073057?replacedManufacturerPartNumber=7106p118-60

 

Hinge Receptacle 74011337, Qty 4

 

http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Hinge-Receptacle-/74011337/1188898?replacedManufacturerPartNumber=74010285

 

 

"what would you consider the difficulty?" = Royal pain in the ass,  receivers are well hidden behind sheet metal, must remove oven from wall to access... No instructions with parts.

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...so what your saying is this: You've done this before and you didn't have two tons of fun? (I will price my labor accordingly)

 

I would need to order (4) of the recievers and (4) of the hinges, no right and left?  (likely not)

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I would need to order (4) of the recievers and (4) of the hinges, no right and left?  (likely not)

Correct.

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