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another method ...

Take a screw (with round head) that has the same (outer) diameter as the pin and place it in the hinge. Now you can punch it out with a hammer and a suitable punch (or screwdriver).

If there is still some play after installing the new pins, than the hinge of the door is worn out. This can be solved by opening (grinding) the 2 hinge slots on the bodyshell. When things haven't worn out too much the original (new) pin can be used otherwise look for an oversize pin.

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