Question about Frigidaire Gallery GLEFM397DS Electric Kitchen Range
The door just doesn't appear to close with enough force to keep it tight. I have to cookmost everything for 15-30 minutes longer the called for. Cookies themselves have to stay in for 5-7 min longer. I already replaced the seal but it still does not work right. Electrolux is useless. Any suggestions? I even tried closing the oven door with a peice of paper in the door. When the door is closed the paper pulls out with no resistence..telling me I have a bad seal.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: oven door not sealing?
These doors have springs to shut them. If you can figure out how to get to the springs usually you will see that one is either unhooked or unattached at one end. If broken on the end bend another hook into it and add a pice of wire long enough to make up the broken difference.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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