Cycle stopping midway wet clothes door had to be held to wash
Kathyann N. • Glen Gardner, NJ • October 04, 2014
My Repair & Advice
Replaced door latch and shock absorbers. Didn't even need to replace door lock assembly. Careful aligning and adjusting hinge and replacing broken door latch was enough to have all settings work without holding. Replacing the shock absorbers returned quiet to like new and finished spin cycle every time. I feel like I have a new machine (well it doesn't LOOK new, but it works like new.) Can't believe I went so long without. Under $100 in parts and no scheduling a repairman. Best part- my daughter hugging my and saying "Thank you Mama!" I love her seeing her mother as capable mechanically.