Question about Frigidaire Washing Machines
Hello Bridgett, thank you for your post! First check to
ensure that the loading door is closed completely. If you have already
double-checked the door closure, check the door strike. More commonly, the door
strike can become bent or misaligned over time and may interfere with the
connection. If not clear to the naked eye, you can determine if the door strike
is good by listening for the lock to attempt to close. If it sounds like that,
then it could possibly be the door switch or door lock assembly altogether.
Worst case scenario could be that the problem lies with the main control panel.
If you have checked the door and the door strike, and both appear to be in
working order, you may want to connect with a qualified servicer to diagnose
the exact problem. Parts can be costly so having an accurate diagnosis is
always the best bet.
Posted on Jul 24, 2013
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