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Remove the wire clamp that secures the door seal to the front of the washer.
Pull the seal of the front. and double it back inside the washer.
Undo the 2 screws that secure the door hinge to the front of the cabinet, keeping hold of the hinge support plate behind the cabinet front.
Remove the door, and undo all the scews that hold the 2 halves of the door together, then prise apart the the 2 halves..
Replace the door hinge.
Reassemble in reverse order.
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Remove the wire clamp securing rubber seal to front of washer, pull seal of front of washer, this will give you clear access to tjhe door hinge, ondo the 2 screws securing the door hinge, remove door ,and seperate the 2 door halves by removing the screws securing it together
Replace with new hinge, fit back in reverse order.
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hi from uk easiest way is to turn off/remove water supply hoses disconnect power then remove top screws from rear panel(these also secure top panel if yo look ?) then lift rear of top panel slightly and pull back/then lift off you now have access to rear of front panel where door hing is secured by 2 screws from the front of panel/hing into a metal plate theaded inscrew door from plate whilst you hold plate thenremove door with hinge assy you will now see the inner plastic cover of door is secured remove this cover to access hinge screws renew hinge and whilst door is at this point might as well lift glass window and clean any **** around the edge ? reassemble in reverse to strip down hope this is clear enough for you ? good luck
there are four screws holding the hinge on to the machine. two are visible in the hinge from the front but there are two inside the machine on the left side .turn off the power and water supplies drag the machine out from its place tilt machine back to allow a gap between the drum and cabinet then using a star shaped driver also called a Torx driver remove the two screw from the hinge and remove it.when refitting a magnetic driver is a great help to prevent dropping the screws into the machine a torch is advisable to see what you are doing
I hope this helps
Firstly if you haven't already done so remove the door and the old Hinge. You can do this by undoing the screws at the back that hold the top of the machine on and remove the top of machine. Now you will see a piece on the inside where the hinge screws into. Hold onto this piece and undo the screws from the outside. Carefully remove the inside piece (because I dropped mine inside and it took me an age to get it out!!). Now undo the screws on the door and pull it apart. Replace the old hinge and screw door back together. Now holding the inside piece back in original position screw the hinge and back onto the machine. (You might need someone to hold the door in place for you....it makes it much easier). Finally screw the top of the machine back on.
yes u do have 2 split the door undo the screws and simply seperate the
2 halves and the 2 lugs that hold the hinge lift off get a small probe to push the broken lugs out of the fittings insert the new hinge put the 2 halves back 2gether screw the screws back up and remount the door 2 the cabinet jobs a gooden good luck