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Try a slim jim first, down the side of the window. Or AAA or locksmith. If no luck, remove the seat first. Find the screws and bolts around the door handle and arm rest. Most Ford's have screws around the outer side of the panel. I don't believe your's does. The panel lifts or pops off. Once the panel is off, you can reach down and open the door. Just a note. I have done some to where the panel came out in pieces.
I don't have a diagram of the door but if you slip the slim Jim in over the top of the outside door handle it should catch on the latch bar. If you are doing this because the door won't open from the interior handle or the outside handle the problem most likely isn't the lock. The way that handle connects to the release it is held in place with a piece of plastic that breaks fairly easy. If that piece breaks the interior door handle won't activate the unlock function when pulled and you will have a heck of a time getting the door opened so you can get inside the panel to do the repair.
Unplug the machine. You can open the door by removing the lower panel and reaching inside and up towards the door lock. You will feel a small, round, plastic piece that is attached to the lock assembly. Pull it and open the door. Once open, plug the washer back in a try to see if it will allow a cycle to start again, AFTER you have removed your clothes. Thanks
hello there is a way but it only works on some machines you need 2 people you have to tip the machine on side slightly the other person has to reach underneath and manually unlock it. it a fiddler thing to do but it might work hope it helps
I have info on a 96 power door glass.....should be very simular. the triangle piece at the top front is just clipped on, the plastic piece around the opener handle is just clipped on. in the pull handle there are two screws, and the plastic piece just pops up. under the red reflector the is a screw. There is a "U" clip behind your window crank, remove this clip and the crank will pull straight out. (use a screw driver to open the gap between the crank and the door panel, to see the clip, Use a hook tool too remove the clip...you can also use a cloth or panty-hose in the gap and turn the crank, the cloth will grab the edge of the clip and pop it off)
after removing all the clips and screws the door panel is held on with plastic plugs, just pull the panel sraight out toward youself.
hope this helps.
it's not the drum,it's the felt pieces that the drum rides on, there is felt on the back of drum and theres a felt piece on the front bulkhead, they could be worn leaving a space letting the clothing slip through hitting the black rollers or something is falling through the space hitting the clothes next time send the model number so i can look up your dryer,the model number is around the opening where you put the clothes into the dryer,open the door and look around the opening and you'll see a tag with model and serial number
There is a gap between the lip of the drum, and the dryer housing. Usually the gap is not large enough for clothes to get caught up..
I think the drum should be removed, and the drum bearings checked for excessive wear. This can cause it. There are like 6 rubbing blocks at the front, that the lip of the dryer runs on. This is what I mean by bearings. There will also be a single drum bearing at the back of the drum, check this also for wear or damage.
Hope this helps.