Originally Posted by ChuckvB
Probably not if I only put them on the top of the hinge. It's not like a normal door hinge so I'm hoping to make it pivot around the bottom of the two screws by putting more or all of them on the top screw. If I head into town I'll get some washers otherwise it will have to wait until the weekend.
Chuck: I experienced the same exact problem with my 2013 Flagstaff equipped with the Suburban ove. The problem was created when I accidentally leaned on the open stove door to stand upright. I bent an are of the stove body where the hinges enter into the stove. It is a very easy repair to correct the problem! I have attached an instruction sheet to remove the door for the repair. Hope is attaches as a PDF. If not, I will need your e-mail address. The problem is when you lean on the door, it causes the two hinges to pull the metal frame surrounding the hinges outward. If you place your finger adjacent to the hinges, you will feel a slight bulge of the metal frame and this is what causes the hinge NOT to allow complete closure of the door. By removing the door, simply take a hammer and beat the metal frame inward and remove the bulge. This will cure the problem. Suburban needs to increase the thickness of the frame are to eliminate the bulge caused by leaning on the door. HOPE my hasty presentation cures the issue. It did for my stove. Now the PDF (I hope will attach).
SORRY, I could not readily locate the door removal instructions. Will search and attach at a later time!