Our panel on the washing machine was cracked
Crystal M. • Sandy Hook, CT • April 22, 2014
Appliance: Model ATF70000ES0
My Repair & Advice
I unscrewed the top of the machine and pulled it back, then I unscrewed the front panel (be careful, lots of screws and I lost one in the bottom of the machine base). Then i replaced it with the new one and screwed it back on. It helps to have a second pair of hands to hold the control panel while you are removing and replacing panel. Replaced the top of machine and plugged back in. My 14 yr old son was there to hold the control panel for me.
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