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Unlock child safety lock

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Typically the door will need to be opened from the outside. You should see somewhere near the locking mechanism a switch that may or may not be labeled. Flip that switch. This should solve your problem, if it does not, it indicates mechanical failure inside the door, and you would need to remove the door panel for further inspection.

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