QA Main Oven Door Hinge - Right Hand

Stock Number: ES1069348

Manufactured by QA

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (37 customers)

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Main Oven Door Hinge - Right Hand

Is the door on your oven not closing properly? Faulty hinge? This main oven door hinge from eSpares is a genuine Hygena spare part and may be just what you need to fix your oven door. It is usually advisable to replace both hinges at the same time to avoid undue wear and tear on the newer hinge.

Genuine spare part suitable for select models of Hygena ovens.
Please check the list of suitable models to ensure that this spare part will fit your appliance.

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (37 customers)
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  • Out of trouble in one bound

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    By - Chepstow, South Wales

    Great to see the new hinges matching the old and then made up for the lack of installation notes by previous buyers' comments. I will add my own. The hinge opens on the 'parrot nose' end, using grippers to lever out 2" from the end, against the spring pressure. Under the 'nose' a flat metal u-shaped swing clip enables unlocking of the old hinges from the oven body by allowing a tiny extra bit of movement in the slot. Out came the old hinges and the whole door with the following table top dismantling/ refitting straightforward. Once the door was back in place and with a new rubber surround fitted, the oven was as good as new. Saved the cost of a new oven!
  • Better to DIY if possible

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    By - Worthing

    This saved us having to call someone in to repair our oven hinges which gave way without warning in the middle of cooking a roast dinner! Arrived promptly. As others have said my husband found them very difficult to open, even with the use of a vice and pliers.
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    By - Mold

    Third time these pair of hinges have failed on the main door of my Diplomat Select Oven. They are not cheap however the new ones were ordered and received next day. They are dead easy to fit following the espares video so all in all as very good service.

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  • Q I bought the right and left above door hinges about 10 days ago and I am finding a lttle problem to fit them. The very small wedge that should stop the hinge from locking is 1 Answer

    to big.

    By Anonymous - Cardiff - 05 October 2014

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      The hinge latch at the pivot should be clipped out of the way when the door is fitted. Sometimes these can be quite tight and may need pushing into place using a screwdriver. If this is not possible compare the latch with those on the old hinges and contact our customer services if required.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 07 October 2014

  • Q Just ordered a left and right hand hinge for a diplomat adp3640. Notice that most complain that hinges are delivered closed. What is the best way to open them? 1 Answer

    By Mick - 16 May 2014

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      Clamp the hinge 'spigot' with a vice and open the hinge, then use a screwdriver to move the lock clip into place. Alternatively use a large ring spanner or metal tube over the spigot to prise to the open position. Make sure the spigot cannot injure you if it springs closed as you lock the hinge open.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 19 May 2014

  • Q WS1069349 & ES1069348 1 Answer

    WOULD THESE FIT SELECT 620 FAN OVAN ES1069349 & ES1069348

    By qqqq - 08 January 2009

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      Hi Qqqq In order to find the right door hinges for your Diplomat Select 620 oven, I will need your specific model number. For help finding your model number, refer to our handy guide here:

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 15 January 2009