This may be somewhat off topic, but just in the same way truck tailgates
are easy to remove, so too are the oven doors on stoves.
I'm presuming most people don't know that because every tenant I've ever
seen in the process of cleaning an oven was doing it with the door still
on, and that just makes things hard to do.
Look on the oven hinge for a "hook and loop" arrangement and move the
loop over the hook to keep the door hinge spring in tension when the
door is off the oven. That will make the doors very much easier to put
on because you just reinstall the hinges into the slots on both side of
the stove, unhook the loops from the hooks on the door hinges, and the
door will work normally again.
Whenever I have to do any cleaning or repairs in an oven, I always
remove the doors to make access so much better (so that the job goes