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If you look closely, there are 3 separate pins that must latch. One is a simple push-button style which latches no problem. The others are little prongs at the top and bottom of door. The bottom prong latches cleanly, but the top one will not latch because the door is a bit too flexible. Close the door normally, then firmly press on the top edge of the door. You will hear the final latch grab, then you press and hold the start button. The dryer starts normally.
Sounds like door switch is bad. Look at inside front panel of door, get model number, search on internet for "error codes" with that model number. It should show "DL" door lock defective, not secured, failure. One sure way (in most cases) is to push in on door and hold it firmly closed,it is works,bad door switch. To replace, order new switch, take the whole front panel (front assembly including door) off, switch on back side of panel. DO NOT TAKE DOOR HINGE LOOSE. Replace switch. By the way, before taking apart, UNPLUG FROM WALL.
ok take the remote push the the key release on the top remove the valet key or door key then hold it firmly in your hand and with one finger push the key release slide all the way over again as if you were removing the key take your other hand and firmly place your thumb on the toyota symbal on the back and push it firmly upward towards the key release the back cover will slide up revealing a small door held on by four very small screws youll need a jewelers or eyeglass philips screwdriver to remove them un do them and out pops the battery its a cr21 just in case you didnt know
I had this problem and it was driving me crazy! I finally figured out what it was, in my case. I thought that the door switch would be the problem, so I took the door cover off and jumpered out the switch. No luck. While I had it apart, I noticed that each time I bumped the main control board, I heard a short, and heard a relay close. I found that the main control board wasn't snapped all the way into its mount on the left side. Apparently, there is a contact on the back side of the board that only makes when the board is fully seated. Snapping the board firmly into place has fixed my problem.
try pushing the door closed again, i have a problem with my machine that when i put a load on it starts then stops the light starts flashing then i firmly push the door (at the handle side) and it starts to work again, it might help!