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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
to properly install this you nee to remove the retaining spring on the front of the boot.
then remove the lid.
next remove the four screws that hold the control panel in place.
then remove the four screws that hold the fron panel in place ther may also be two screws on the bottom of the front panel.
once you remove the front panel you need to set it aside but the door lock switch is still attached so be carefull.
one you remove the front panel you can get to the other retaing spring and remove the boot.it is easier for me to also remove the counter weights on the front of the tub.to put the boot back on.i hope this helps would like to here more on your progress
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
lefever352, I am currently trying to solve this same issue on the identical model. I removed , cleaned, and re-assembled all the water tubes and the entire pump assembly. The pump works but for some reason it is not priming into the drain tube. The pump assembly appears to have a diaphram over the outlet opening and it it looks like this might be the problem. I am still hunting the solution, BUT so far the above actions have to resolve our issue. I hope perhaps Fixya can help.
Posted on Jan 22, 2011
Well unplug and hope that powers down your solenoid that is keeping it closed. Whats happening is that it thinks there is still water in there and it doesnt want you opening it. So if there is no water in there turn off circuit breaker off then back on or unplug for a moment to see if it resets itself. It should open on power down and if nothing else clear itself on reboot (yes there is a computer in there) . I would say you have a faulty sensor or the sensor is staying wet some how . try those and let me know
Posted on Jun 23, 2011
SOURCE: is samsung pedestal model number
The correct pedestal for the WF220ANW washer is WE357A7W . The WE356A5W is a slightly different size to secure it to the washer (14 2/5 X 27 X 28 7/10 In). The WE357A7W is 27"(W) x 14"(H) x 28.5"(D). The holes for the screws will also not quite line up.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 11, 2011
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