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I LIVE IN BROOKLYN NY NEED A PART THE LATCH ON FRONT LOADER OPEN AND CLOSE DOOR . WHERE CAN I PURCHASE THIS PART IN BROOKLYN NY OR DO U HAVE ANOTHER SOLUTION HOW TO CLOSE THE DOOR SINCE LATCH BROKE.

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SOURCE: door won't open at end of cycle Creda 1000 ecowash front loader

Hi Jenny. Do you have the model No. available?
Most common cause of this problem is
1. A faulty or broken door catch.
2. A faulty interlock. This is the part that the door closes in to.

Some older models have other devices that will prevent machine opening if it has not pumped out fully, or mechanical devices that check for drum rotation that can be knocked during the spin. Could really do with age and model No. of machine.

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Creda 1000 supaspeed manual


No spining ,i remove the brush holder clean it coz the brush stucked in and was not three , then mount it back, check for proper contact to rotor and on it back to normal- In a second fault the bushes was out of use so i purchase a pair and rub it to fit the size as it was not available on market, now it is running fine.

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We broke the door handle on our Malber 1000 Can we order a new one and can we fix it ourselves?


Mike, in Washington D.C., again. Of course you can do it yourself. First call Joel (Malber in NY) at 800-600-8913 or 516-294-6660 . Tell him which model machine you need a door latch for (if you aren't sure, check label in rear). Once you've received your new latch assy (about $20): Open door, and notice white plastic "ring" around glass is actually 2 pieces (front and rear) snapped together - with a seam around periphery. Unsnap (separate) them by either getting your fingernails into the seam and pulling them apart - or prying them open with a spackle knife or thin screwdriver blade. Once it starts coming apart, just work the opening all the way around. Remove front "ring" and set aside. Using a 1.5mm Torx screwdriver, remove 2 small screws holding broken latch assy. Note the way the ends of the spring go under the 2 screws. That's the way it has to go back. Slip new latch assy into place, pressing vertical "hinge pin" and ends of spring into slots (near screw holes). Replace 2 screws. Test latch with door open - is it working? Try closing door. All good? Replace front "ring": Open door and, while pulling out on latch handle, slip the ring over the latch handle and get it into approximate position. Let go of latch (it snaps into "closed" position) and adjust ring so it doesn't bind the latch handle (meaning it's free to move). Now, beginning anywhere on outside edge, begin snapping rings together - and continue all the way around. Test that door latch still operates smoothly and that door latches shut properly. FYI: There is no adjustment for this latch assy - it just fits precisely where it's supposed to. Good luck and God Bless ...

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Kenmore elliet washing machine, front loader


To open the door manually:

UNPLUG the machine...

Remove the toekick panel (way down at the bottom).

Feeling along the inside of the front panel. You should be able to find a tab shaped like a teardrop attached to the door latch unit.

Pull the tab down just a little bit ... gently ... until the door opens (or you hear the latch click - then try to open the door).

Is the machine displaying a code?

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My washing machine door is not opening at the end of a cycle. I put it onto another and it still won't at the end of that one. I've turned it off as well for 10 mins or so, and still nothing. Please help!


you didn't state whether it's a top or front loader. either way, there's a switch activated when the door is closed and washer is in cycle mode- so you can't open the door when a. the front loader has water in it, or b. the top loader is in agitate, or spin cycle. if top loader- there's a tab on the end opposite the hinge side that activates a switch that latches the cover closed when in 'dangerous' cycles (don't want to get your hand caught in the spin cycle!!). either a loose wire or a failed switch! prob. need to gently pop the top (should hinge back) to access the switch. UNPLUG THE WASHER!! if a a loose wire, re-attach-if not, replace switch! easy! good luck!

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I need the manual for a creda supaspeed economy plus model 17064Echa642


Hello,

The users manual is here: http://safemanuals.com/user-guide-instructions-owner-manual/INDESIT/P%20640%20AS-_E

Kind regards,

Ian

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Door won't open at end of cycle Creda 1000 ecowash front loader


Hi Jenny. Do you have the model No. available?
Most common cause of this problem is
1. A faulty or broken door catch.
2. A faulty interlock. This is the part that the door closes in to.

Some older models have other devices that will prevent machine opening if it has not pumped out fully, or mechanical devices that check for drum rotation that can be knocked during the spin. Could really do with age and model No. of machine.

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Open the door, and look closely at any little plastic latches to see if a small part hasn't busted off.

They usually have plastic prongs that tell a small switch inside the hole it goes into, that the door is shut. It's a toughie.

I'd google around for it. Use the talking marks " ". Like google something like "Ultima 1000" space "door won't close" or 'dryer' 'door won't close'.

That will bring up dozens of other people who've asked questions to OTHER sites.

Tried holding it shut? DOes it work when you stand there? You could tape it with gaffer tape.

Methinks, its a latch problem, something's busted off.

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It is a fairly straightforward repair.
Remove the top cover, screws at rear, and slide top cover off towards the rear.
The motor is located at the top right right rear, you will see the drive belt.
Slacken the bolt that holds the motor, and push the motor down towards the top of the drum.
You will see the 2 brush holders, they will be either black or white, pull the wires off the holder terminals, and depress the plastic`lug that holds the brushes in place, slide the brushes out of the motor.
fit new genuine Hotpoint carbons, and follow instructions on packaging. Push the leads back on to the carbon terminals.
Tighten up motor, and make sure the belt is reasonably tight.
Job done.
Test on final spin before you refit top cover.
Plz rate my solution.
Thanks.


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