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Top loading Gorenje WT 52113, it stops a few minutes into the washing cycle, an error message comes up on the small digital display, looks like d02?


This washer only has f fail code, they recommend you contact svc person for repair. Fail code for F02: F2 Door lock fault detected The door lock on the washing machine has been detected as faulty or failed to engage correctly.
  • Check that the washing machine door has been closed correctly and is engaging the door lock correctly
  • Check wiring to door lock
  • Check door lock
  • Check wiring at control module or timer

Aug 12, 2016 | Washing Machines

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When i closed door it does not auto lock by itself


vehicle doors dont auto lock unless either you start vehicle and put in gear and than lock will engage or with key fob when you leave vehicle and engage lock on fob ---but for saftey and for unnecessary lockout calls vehicle doesnt auto lock when door is closed

May 22, 2016 | 2008 Volvo XC90

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My washing machiene it just spins once or twice and it gives me a de error message


This is a door lock not engaged fault. If it's LG, they have a mabit of having the connector that plugs onto the door lock falling off! It may be you didn't shut the door firmly enough, but if this doesnt work, you will need to get the top off and go look at the lock and the wiring that connects to it

Sep 23, 2015 | Washing Machines

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The auto clean was pushed while the door was half open, the lock engaged and will not reset.


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If you can open the door since it wasnt fully closed when the lock engaged..open the door,push in and hold the oven light switch, and push the cancel button and the lacth should open

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Fridgaire FTF530fs3 door lock buzzing and not locking, washer won't start


fit a new door lock as if it doesnt engage it wont allow the machine to start the washing cycle

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My 1997 Jetta power windows automatically engage and


yes this does happen,try disconnecting the battery and joining the leads together ,this often resets it other than that its either a new drivers door lock or the dealers to have it re programmed

Mar 20, 2010 | 1997 Volkswagen Jetta

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1998 Forester. Changed the fuse for the door


have you tried disconnecting the battery, maybe the system needs reset, and this is normally the easiest way to do it.....if this doesnt work, then you either have a faulty relay, or an earthing problem......

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I need to reset my peugeot 406 key fob


Had same trouble with my 406, fixing no problem, with new battery in fob, insert into ignition, turn key, BUT DO NOT START ENGINE, hold button for about 10 seconds release button and remove key from ignition, then try and see if doors lock on remote, if not try again, had to do this a couple of times, and it worked, sorry to say that now my key fob button has completely fell apart, through ware and tare

May 19, 2009 | 2005 Peugeot 405

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Interior locks


to set the child locks,on the back doors there should be a peice that you click down,its right on the latch assembly,if you set that to child locks on the only way to open is from the outside,doesnt matter if the vehicle is moving or not

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