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In the meantime, you can pick up a standalone bobbin winder at the fabric store (or Amazon) for ~$25 US to wind your bobbins. Saves wear and tear on your machine and you also won't need to unthread your machine to wind a bobbin.
issue him with a written notice of the tear ( also take a photo) so that he cannot blame you for the problem
It is not your fault but normal wear and tear for a machine that old
It sounds like he is trying it on so that you have to fix it
unfortunately it is his machine and repairs are his responsibility regardless of how rough or careful you are
if push comes to shove talk with a lawyer
you need to pull the door panel and see what became disconnected / wire rod linkages cause grief in the doors .and i've even seen some instances where the pieces lose plastic bushing parts and fall apart . as long as they make cars out of plastic / things will break in the cold and average wear and tear .
Either the rubber boot is damaged in some way, or the door is not locking tight enough. Thoroughly inspect the boot for tears or gouges in the rubber surface. Small imperfections can be repaired with silicon glue, but larger tears will require replacement of the boot--which can be done done through the door opening, but requires patience to do so. Inspect the door lock for damage or wear if the boot looks to be in good condition.
It’s caused by gradual wear and tear through the vibration of the machine and rotation of the drum. If they are breaking down too often then it may be that your washing detergent mix or use of bleach or how you clean the bellows is weakening the rubber. Also excessive and heavy loads put more stress on the drum and can cause the drum to lurch dramatically from side to side which will end up in causing the bellows to wear / tear.
Thats a very very common problem with razrs. Seen it a million times. Its the "button flex" that became "bad" . Happens often on that model, its regular wear and tear. It should be covered under your service providors warranty. Just go to a local srvice center, the repair should take about 20 min. If you have any other questions, feel free to ask us