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Bosch Washer Hinge - AppliancePartsPros.com
Link to VIDEO - "HOW TO REPLACE DOOR HINGE"
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VIDEO: Washing Machine Door Hinge ' eSpares
Hello - Contact the manufacturer to see if they have any updated or alternate door hinges that you can install yourself. The weight of some front loader doors, and how they are closed/slammed, can wear over time.
To change the seal the easiest way is to take the front of the appliance off.
Remove the kick plate at bottom and you will see some screws holding the front panel on remove these
Then open door and remove the screws holding the door lock on and unlip the seal by releasing the clamp on the front.
The front should now lift off, if it doesnt then pull out the soap drawer and behind that at the bottom of the drawer is a screw holding the front on remove this then push the front panel down then it will lift off
You can now take the clamp holding the seal to the tub off.
Fit the new seal, fit the clamp to the seal and tub.
From here, rebuilding is the reverse of the strip down.
The door hinge block has fallen inside the front of the washer.To retieve it, tilt the washer back, and you should find it at the left hand side.
Remove all screws securing 2 parts of door together, prise apart with a screwdriver or similar, and the door will come apart.
You can now access the hinge and all other partsd inside the door.
Trust this helps.
There are 4 screws in the door that hold a plastic hinge cover on
.The door will then set into the hinge just fine (PLENTY OF ROOM) and then you put the hinge cover back on and screw the screws in to hold the door onto the hinge.You will likely need a 2nd set of hands to keep from breaking the door.
Even if you do not realise it most people lean on the door as they open it, to rectify with the door open but almost in the closed position lift the door by pulling up on the door catch end, this will straiten the hinge, very common problem