Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair30 - 60 mins
Age of Appliance5 - 10 years
Daniel From Avon, CT
Dec 04, 2007
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The machine comes quickest appart with a cordless screwgun and a #2 Phillips.
To unhook the wire with spring it is easiest to use a needle nose plier and make a hook from a coat hanger or use a paint can opener.
Pay attention when yo line up the boot with the flange in the back, that the rectagular protrusions line up with the holes in the flange. You may have to stretch the boot a bit and push it all the way in with a dull tool.
Get someone to help you put the wire back on if you want to do it fast and easy. Otherwise hook it on the spring and get the pliers on the loop on the other side and pull it together, torquing the wire back so that it does not make the boot slip fo the flange.
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Part Number: PS2003890