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Everything is working threw washing powder in it washed the clothes then rinsed it then it spinned when it was finished we struggled to get the door open of the oko lavamat 508 front loader washing machine

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When this happens it is usually a problem with the timer. By replacing the timer/programmer you should be able to fix it.
You can find parts here:
If you input model number on this website you will get replacement parts price.

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

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