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Re: door lock creda front loader
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Depending on the make and model top loader or front loader, the most common issues are the lid switch or door lock safety interlock, or the pump filter is clogged and need cleaned. Let me know what machine you have and I can go from there.
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.
Potential reasons for it:
- Door Lock/Switch Assembly Failure - In this case it should be replaced.
- Door Lock unit is broken or removed from the door.
- Look for disconnected wires to the door Lock/Switch unit.
- Door Lock/Switch unit Failure
First disconnect the machine power cable from the wall socket. You should remove machine's top cover and then you will have an access to the door lock unit.
the wire that is live goes to terminal "l". check which of the other two is neutral and put it on terminal "n". (it is probably the thinner of the two red wires) the remainong wiree goes to terminal "c". usually there is a little circuit diag on the interlock and this may help you