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Need replacement part for front dryer door sensor - broken

Front door sensor and holds the front door closed, plastic parts broken after much use. Need a replacement part, where can I order this?

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I sell parts online you can visit whirlpoolpartssurplus.com and get the phone number off there and i can order it for you

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