Question about Washing Machines
The problem is with the door switch intermittently disconnecting during operation or the door lock and switch assembly starting to go out. Make sure the door is closed firmly during operation then if the problem still persists, the only viable solution is the replacement of the door lock and switch assembly. Disconnect power then remove the clamp that secures the door gasket to the outer lip of the door opening. Once the clamp is removed, peel the door gasket part near the door lock and switch assembly off the outer lip of the door opening. Remove the screws securing the door lock and switch assembly then pull it out of the machine cabinet. Transfer the electrical wiring to the new door lock and switch assembly and install back into position. Reassemble the door gasket and the clamp assembly in reverse order of the removal steps.
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Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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