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I have a Necht dishwasher. The dishwasher door does not close therefore I can not get it to operate. Someone came to have a look at it and they said that it needs a replacement for the door latch. The problem is I do not know where I can find this replacement for this brand ( Necht). Can you tell me where I can burchase or order it from? a website or a shop.

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Depends where you are located. Try google .com and search for Necht.

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