Question about Dyson Memory CRO1 Front Load Washer
these door locks usually work with solenoids (sp) if you unplug the machine( leave it unplugged). the door lock should release in no more than 10 minutes. there is also an emergency released built in somewhere, not being familiar with this modl i will guess if you remove the front panel there might be a string you can pull to release it.
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Posted on Nov 13, 2009
To manually release the door open the soap tray,press the yellow catch at the rear of the drawer downwards slightly then pull the tray out.in the bottom right corner of the opening you will find a small grey slotted screwhead turn this anticlockwise (to the left) with the dyson spanner tool if you still have it if not a coin works well this will then let you open the door and retrieve your clothes if you are still not sure consult the instruction manual if you don't have one you can download a printable version from the Dyson website
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes there is a quick release
the door lock have 3 wires u should connect 2 of them together the first one and the third
but its dangerous if there is kids cause u will b able to open the door while its on
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
SOURCE: Washing machine door lock
it could be simply a sticky saftey switch neverless a pain, you could try disconecting the power supply to the machine as the catch is held in a lock state by a current, remove the current and it could reset, if still does not reset this is always hard to explain, but using your fist like a hammer bang the area around the catch as this could free the sticking (still with power off) catch dont bang it hard but it need to be firm use discretion ---post back if more help needed
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
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