Gary L. • Madera, CA • June 30, 2014
My Repair & Advice
Locked up code and confirmed it was a door locked, but I knew that because my washer door would not open after a wash cycle. Found on the internet how to remove a washer door lock, it seemed easy enough. I took the washer door lock off and I could see that it was broken as it was cracked and damaged. Went to AppliancePartsPro.com and they had good drawings, pics of the door lock and the numbers of the lock matched. Part came via FedEx within a day or two and I was able to install the washer door lock within 15 mins. Thanks AppliancePartsPro because of your fast response I didn't have to drag all my dirty laundry to the laundromat.