Level of DifficultyReally easy
Time to do repairLess than 15 mins
Age of ApplianceMore than 10 years
Richard From Southwest Harbor, ME
Nov 27, 2013
When I was examining the catch, it broke in three pieces. The lock/switch assembly had a piece that seemed to be hanging down, not looking good. I didn't know which part was at fault, so I had to bite the bullet and order both. It took a while to find the parts on your diagrams, but eventually I figured out which one had them. I'm not sure I would have had the nerve had not your video on how to install the lock/switch made it seem really straightforward and simple (nice job!). As it turned out, once the door catch was replaced (two screws) the door started behaving. So perhaps the $70+ for the lock/switch wasn't necessary, but it's probably just as well to have it in reserve. I saved your video on my computer for future reference. Thanks for saving us from what initially looked like a really bad situation.
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Part Number: PS417389