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Door Strike
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PartSelect Number PS890617
Manufacturer Part Number 131763310
The door strike on your washing machine allows your washer door to lock properly, and operate efficiently. If you notice that your washer door will not open or close, leaks or the washer will not start or spin, you may need to replace the door strike. This part is for front load washers and is white in color. The part is made of plastic and is roughly 2 inches in length. To complete this repair, you will only need a Phillips screwdriver. Most of our customers found this repair to be easy and took less than 15 minutes to complete it. This part is sold individually, not as a part of a kit, and is a genuine part approved by the original manufacturer.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door latch failure
  • Door won’t close
  • Leaking
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Installation Instructions
Joy from Columbia, MO
Broken Door Catch
This was one of the simpliest repairs I have ever done taking less than 5 minutes to complete. On the inner door I removed the two screws that hold the plastic catch in place. I then removed the broken catch and put the new catch in place. Finally I replaced the two screws that hold the catch in place and it was done. Read more...
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Door Striker
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PartSelect Number PS2378364
Manufacturer Part Number 131763302
This is a door striker, it is gray in color and is a part found on your washer. The purpose of the striker is to keep your washer door closed for usage. This piece will attach to your appliance lid and will activate the door switch when your lid is closed. The most common reasons for needing to replace this part are if your lid will not consistently open or close, and your washer will not consistently start. The only tool you will need to complete this installation is a Phillips screwdriver.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door won’t close
  • Lid or door will not open
  • Lid or door won’t close
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Installation Instructions
Paul from Grinnell, IA
Door Striker broke which was a result of the hinge problem.
Removed the screws holding the door. (One was stuck a little so used an air drill with Phillips head to get the torque needed but someone with a strong grip could have done it as it came out very easily). I removed most of the screws holding the front to back of door to exchange the hinge. There was a problem with the old hinge slopping around and not allowing the door to align properly when shutting it. The new hinge works better. See note*** below on doorframe. I pretty much was able to get the door back together and make it work. I then exchanged the door striker with no problem. It has a built in key so you cannot attach it incorrectly. The next thing was to just reattach the door to the machine and it worked right off the bat. ------------- *** Unfortunately, there were two screw mounts in the Outer Door Frame - Chrome Part Number: PS3495258 that were broken. This doorframe is listed as a $200+ chrome part whereas it is actually a plastic material that is extremely over priced for what it is. Like I mentioned two of the screw mounts had broken off so those screws are just "decoration" now. (These are screws that basically hold the back cover to the front cover). If this becomes a problem, I will simply modify what I have and make the screws fit before I spend $200+ on that part. (It looks like this could be drilled out and a long screw and nut run through to make it work. TELL THE WASHER OPERATOR… just be careful opening and closing the unit (don't slam the door but carefully close it) and it should work a lot longer. I might investigate the make up of a washer the next time I buy one … but the chrome vs. plastic is a hard one to spot. I hope this helps. Read more...
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Lid Latch Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS3497627
Manufacturer Part Number W10404050
The point of the lid switch is for the tub to stop spinning when the washer lid is opened. It is a safety precaution just in case someone decides to stick their hand inside the washer while the tub is spinning.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Lid or door will not open
  • Lid or door won’t close
  • Pumps but will not spin
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Installation Instructions
William from Wakefield, RI
Defective lid latch - Cabrio Washer
The instructions that came with the part were worthless. Essentially, unplug, put in new part, plug it back in. I spent a considerable amount of time on the internet and finally found a video showing how to open the top. Unlike other models, it is held down by clamps in the back rather than clips in the front. Once finding this information the installation was simple. Remove the clamps and the back of the console, slide the top forward and lift, remove and replace the lock and reassemble. You don't even have to remove the hoses. Read more...
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Lid Latch Strike
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PartSelect Number PS11750882
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10240513
This part is the replacement lid latch or latch assembly for your top-load washer. The lid latch holds your washer door closed, and allows the washer to run its cycle. If the lid latch is damaged, your washer door may not close properly and you may not be able to run your washer. The latch is found under the lid and can be screwed out and replaced. You will need a Phillips-head screwdriver for this repair. This part is sold individually and is and OEM part from the manufacturer.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Lid or door will not open
  • Lid or door won’t close
  • Pumps but will not spin
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Installation Instructions
John from Hale Center, Texas, TX
lid would not lock, washer would not run...
Removed old striker ( 2 Phillips head screws ) replaced with new striker with the 2 screws and was done, easy fix... Read more...
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$19.34
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STRIKE
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PartSelect Number PS11726338
Manufacturer Part Number W10837741
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Anna from TAWAS CITY, MI
Lid strike broke
Removed old one (2 screws) slid in place and screwed in. Read more...
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$106.53
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LOCK, DOOR
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PartSelect Number PS11754810
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10443885
Fixes these symptoms
  • Lid or door will not open
  • Lid or door won’t close
  • Will Not Start
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Rebecca from BOERNE, TX
We needed a new Door Latch Assembly
Watch a video about replacing this latch which made it very simple to do. Performed exactly as the video instructed. Read more...
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$5.67
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Lid Strike
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PartSelect Number PS11741871
Manufacturer Part Number WP358684
This part is used to activate the lid switch when the lid opens/closes.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Pumps but will not spin
  • Timer will not advance
  • Will not agitate
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Installation Instructions
Fred from Midlothian, VA
Washing Machine kept cutting off mid-cycle
I had to remove the washing machine from the laundry room (our laundry room is pretty small).

I read the do-it-yourself explanation posted by Paul From Glendale CA and followed his instructions.

1. Unplugged the Washer and disconnected the hoses, so I could slide the washer into the kitchen.

2- Unfastened the two screws in the front lower corners of the controls panel and tilted is back. Unfastened the old lid-switch wiring from the control panel.

3. Remove the clips at the two corners under the control panel. I rotated the cover forward to clear it from the back and lifted it off and set it off to the side.

4. While I had the Washer disassembled I vacuumed out all the accumulation of dust, etc.

5. Removed the lid switch and unfastened the ground wire.

6. Installed the new switch and reassembled the Washer.

7. I did not read Paul's reassembly instructions closely enough. The front flange of the cover goes UNDER the steel frame on the washer. I spent 30 minutes trying to get the cover on, then finally figured that out on my own. Once I got the flange under the frame, it took about five minutes to get the cover on, the clips in and the control panel back into positions and reassembled.

The entire process is not particularly difficult. Had I read the "UNDER the frame" part earlier, the entire repair would have taken no more than 45 minutes.

Having another person to help reinstall the cover would be helpful. The cover is not heavy but it is a little awkward to handle and having another person to help line up the back cover, etc. will make the reassembly even easier.
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Strike
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PartSelect Number PS11755543
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10488048
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Bezel
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PartSelect Number PS11754116
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10392041
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Lid Lock Switch
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PartSelect Number PS2349336
Manufacturer Part Number 134936800
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