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Washing machine door wont open

My washing machine door wont open, i did another spin still wont open, turned it off at the mains still wont open, did another spin still wont open!!
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Well, Either clip on the door is faulty or its the door interlock in which the door locks into easily replaced by undoing the clip pullling back the door rubber and replacing ..

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