Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair15 - 30 mins
Age of Appliance5 - 10 years
Steven From Edmond, OK
Jul 25, 2009
15 out of 18 people found this instruction helpful
Look at the exploded parts diagram, that parts select provides on their website.
You have to take off the nine star pointed screws. So you need a special screwdriver or I had a socket set of them and I used a ratchet to make it easier. I think there are nine of them around the base of the door. Then remove the door and set it on the counter. Flip it over and there is a small plastic cover that has to be removed from the back of it, and it is easily removed by gently pulling on it.
Now comes the difficult part. There is a locking piece on it that holds the latch onto the door by interlocking with a piece on the back side of the door. I took a pair of wire snips and just cut the old interlocking piece off. This way I didn't have to try and slide the two interlocking pieces apart.
When you go to put the new piece on before you interlock them make sure they are put on right. Specifically the latch is pointing the right way to seal the detergent door. Otherwise it can be a pain to separate the interlocking pieces again. (which is why I cut it off the old one).
Then you're done. Just put it all back together.
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Part Number: PS382922