The front door panel clicks off with the help of a butter knife! then you are able to unscrew 2 fixings with a 5sided star star-shaped key (or in the absence of this specialist a 2.0mm 6-sided hex allen key will do). the broken hook can then be removed backwards out of the door and the new one put in.
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Hi my name is sean, could i get some more info? Is this brand new? Have you checked voltage at the wall? If you havent do you have a meter than you can check it with? There are only 3 ways to hook up this cord likely the cord is not the problem.
if it is hooked up correctly, then you will need to have a multimeter and check for the 220volts on the terminal. I do not think its the door as the panel is not getting power, if you have the 220 volts on the terminal then you will need to remove the back top panel and find the wiring diagram and check for voltage to the control board. Since you did just purchase it, then they should have a repair guy that can come out and fix it. Basically, if you can verify that the machine is getting the correct voltage then there is a problem with the machine, more then likely the control board. I hope this helped Tim
Hi the chances are the switch needs replacing the switch im going on about is the switch on the door, have you tried pushing the door shut further and then see if it works, if it dont and the fuse in the plug is ok then this switch will need replacing and then it should be working again.
it might be worth changing the fuse just to make sure its not that make sure you change it with one of the same type else the fuse will blow
try pushing the door shut further and you may find it will come back on.
There is a metal clip which is what gives the plastic latch the strength to hold the door clip when pushed in - this is what the hangup is.
There are plastic tabs on the top and bottom which pop out easily, but the metal tabs on the sides have wings that stop the clip from pulling out - so you either have to use a small flat screwdriver to hook the wings to pull past the metal hole it's pushed into (slowly toggling between sides) - or remove the control panel and squeeze the clip with pliers from the rear (inside).
I've just done this moments ago - however, I was stopped when I now realize the hinge doesn't mirror and thus I guess a "reverse" kit is needed - unfortunately nobody seems to have knowledge of such a kit... does anyone else know if a reverse kit is available?