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Kiki, GoJo works well for a lubricant. There are 2 small screws in the end of each rubber hinge. Easy job after you do the first one. A helper always helps.
I used one of those vinyl tables with adjustable legs to sit the door on, helps a lot. When I did the last two I removed the lift rods and took a knife and cut the old rubber hinge.
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I used hairspray. it is an old motorcycle/bicycle trick for putting on rubber handgrips. It lubricates and makes it easy to install then dries clear and non-sticky. A pair of vi.se grips makes the tugging and pulling of the rubber hinge material easier
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