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ATF6000ES The lights flash, the door lock actuates but won't latch. What is wrong?

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Replace the door latch assembly

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    It means your door is not shutting or latching

    Check for debris and nothing stopping it from shutting

    If not replace door latch(some parts lists call it door switch)

    its most likely not actuating so it wont advance to the next part of cycle.

    if not latch could be bad control board, id try latch first is cheaper and more common

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