Question about Frigidaire Washing Machines
It is indeed a door lock and switch
assembly (part number 131763202) issue if the washer tumbles
properly during the wash cycle but does not advance to the high speed
spin cycle. It is a safety feature of the washer not to advance to
the high speed spin cycle if the door lock is not activated or faulty to
prevent injury should the door is opened accidentally. Disconnect
power to the washer prior to servicing to avoid the risk of electric
Check the connection (J2 and J3) between the door lock and switch assembly and the control board. Make sure the connections are good and snug fit. Reseat the connections several times to clean off dirt and corrosion build up on the connectors and terminals.
Check the wiring harness connections on the door lock and switch assembly and do the same to the connectors. Replace the door lock and switch assembly should all connections are found to be good and snug fit.
The door lock and switch assembly can be accessed with the removal of the wire hoop holding the door boot to the outer lip of the door opening and peeling off the part of the boot near the door lock and switch assembly. Remove the screws securing the door lock and switch assembly to the front panel then take the assembly out of the washer cabinet.
Disconnect the wires from the door lock and switch assembly and connect it to the new one. Secure it to the front panel and put the door boot back over the outer lip of the door opening and secure it with the wire hoop.
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