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Suspect door spring/assembly broken. How do I repair same?

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If it's like my whirlpool, pull it out. Spring should be obvious. I doubt the hinge portion is broken. Spring may be. While it's out and springs tend to break, I would replace both. Several online appliance parts stores can help you with springs, my diagnostics and Hinge issue. They have been helpful to me.

Posted on Apr 02, 2015

Testimonial: "Figured it out myself, had to pull out dishwasher, remove side panel. LG door has spring with connector assembly made from a cord. This connects the spring to the door, to create tension. Ordered part from LG. Replaced both connectors while I had the washer out."

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