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Wiring I have fitted a new drum belt and one of the wires has become detached from its connection point, the wire in question is from the door switch (Brown & White) I cannot find where it connects on the controller ??? Can you help please. Bob Gould

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I'm no expert but currently have the lid off my machine. Roughly where did you find the disconnected wire? I assume as you replaced the belt, it is at the back of the machine? There are a couple of male spade connections just above the water pipe inlets where I can see a brown and white wire? Does your wire have a female spade connection?

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