Question about Dryers
Door wont stay latched
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is typically a small plastic piece that catches the door and keeps it latched. The door has the male side and the frame of the dryer has the female side.
Either the male part on the door has broken off (or bent) or the the female part on the frame has broken. Replace this part and you'll be back in business. It is typically called a door latch and it comes with both the male and female parts.
Here is a picture of a typical one.
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
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