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Help with replacing the broken handle for Malber p18 washing machine

I am trying to replace the handle on my Malber P18 washing machine and i cant figure out how the spring is inserted.
can you help me?

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  • oops55 Feb 14, 2009

    I just broke the handle on mine. Where did you get a replacement?

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SOURCE: I have a used malber p18. all the hoses are

Ok. Assuming that the water is turned on, and the electricity is ok it should fill, if not check is machine dead or able to function in other ways if alls ok then replace the solonoid valves that allow water to enter..Hope this helps.

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I included their e-mail address.

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