Question about Dryers
Door latch broken
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Mine has done the same thing. The part (door catch) is easy to fix yourself. If you contact a local appliance parts store in your area and give them your model number they can order a new one. The part was only $4.76 + tax for me. You can pop the old one out with a putty knife and the new one, you just press in. Very glad that I had an appliance company that HONESTLY told me that this was something I could do myself. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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