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there are several kinds of plastic cement..everything from superglue to plastic pipe cement like plumbers use..available at most hardware stores..even model glue..I would try one of these before pitching the washer..you nmay be able to screw it on using stainless steel sheet metal screws also..
almost all washing machines have a special switch to turn off or don't let spin when door is open. If machine 'thinks' that door is open, won't spin. "" Danger, Will Roberson...Danger..."" If you don't know what U are doing, please get help. An open switch looks like door is open.The switch is INSIDE the body of washing machine, ON the door is a plastic piece that pushes the switch lever in. You have to place 'jumpers' across the contacts on switch,shorting switch and turning machine to spins cycle.
I had to replace part No 8182408 - the washing machine door handle. There is a plastic bar in the middle of the assembly that broke because the door was opened too hard.
There are two springs, the latch, and the plastic piece that brings it all together. The smaller spring is the key, call it the L spring. It is shaped like an L and goes around the ends of the latch. The other spring is the larger and straight and goes around the tops of the plastic piece. The straight spring goes in with the crossbar facing on the outside of the washer. The latch with the L spring fits in between the plastic crossbar with the U shaped end pressing against the latches inside bar. The antenna of the L spring needs to wrap around the plastic bar and fit inside the straight spring bar. This applies pressure on the latch to stay closed. When the handle is pulled, it releases the pressure and allows you to open the door. The Metal bar is used to hold all the pieces together and once you have the alignment right, put it back into the door with the straight spring antenna tucked in the spots on the door, as well as the metal bar ends. Screw in the two spots that holds the assembly in place and you will be set. The door should open and shut easily.
F-18 means the pump is blocked. When the machine fails, there may be an "electrical" smell as the motor has laboured. This is normal. Clean on bottom right corner and you should be fine..
Open flap at the bottom righthand flap.
Keep big bucket handy for water.
Remove clear plastic attached to black tube (slowly) This will empty water from washing machine. Once empty - no water coming out from washing machine then open big opener next to tube and remove any objects inside( coins, buttons and such)
Put back clear plastic filler firmly inside as before. Close big opener next to tube. close flap
Turn machine programe knob to DRAIN. Start washing machine.
it may be a bad water valve or just a clogged screen. take off the cold water connection from the back of the washer and clean out the screen you see inside the plastic piece the hose fits on. do not take it out, clean it while it is still inside.
you have to take the front lower panel off if it is the piece im thing about if not you have to dig the front off be careful on how you take it apart because it has to go back together the same way good luck