Question about Washing Machines
Not a terribly difficult job, just remove the Top Panel (usually 2 screws locking it at the back, depending on your make & model), then you can reach it from the top. As a temporary (and cost-less) solution, you could always bridge the wires connected to it. This will allow the machine to work, but you will have to be sure to keep the door shut when it is operating (Mishaps do happen)
I am unable to give you an indication of price of the Door Lock because I have no real idea which Make or Model you are referring to.
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Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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