Question about Washing Machines
The rubber boot just inside the door of my washer is ripped. I have gotten a new on and disassembled the bottom of the front of the washer. I cannot figure out how to get the upper front part to come loose, or how to continue with the repair. Something is catching around the control panel, I don't see any more screws to remove. The machine is unplugged and I have taken caution so far.
I apologize for taking so long getting back to you. Have you tried using this link?
If you are talking about the operator console, you need to slide a putty knife under the console right above the door and lift slightly. There is a plastic tab that holds the panel in place. This is explained in the write up in the link I provided. If you are still experiencing problems, please let me know. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
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