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WF42H5000AW (A2-0001) Samsung Washer - Overview

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Hex Head Bolt – Part Number: DC60-40137A
Hex Head Bolt
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PartSelect #: PS4205366
Manufacturer #: DC60-40137A
This part is used for the shaft on the rear of the tub and is sold individually. The head bolt is part of the spider arm assembly, and they are generally changed at the same time. If you are replacing...
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Shock Damper Front – Part Number: DC66-00470A
Shock Damper Front
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PartSelect #: PS4212219
Manufacturer #: DC66-00470A
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Shock Damper Rear – Part Number: DC66-00470B
Shock Damper Rear
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PartSelect #: PS4212220
Manufacturer #: DC66-00470B
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VALVE-WATER;V-0117,NYLON – Part Number: DC62-30314K
VALVE-WATER;V-0117,NYLON
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PartSelect #: PS4209100
Manufacturer #: DC62-30314K
One solenoid valve for hot water
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Door Switch Assembly – Part Number: DC64-00519B
Door Switch Assembly
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PartSelect #: PS4210737
Manufacturer #: DC64-00519B
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SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,1,M4, – Part Number: 6002-000213
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,1,M4,
PartSelect #: PS4133148
Manufacturer #: 6002-000213
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Outer Seal Clamp – Part Number: DC97-04973B
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PartSelect #: PS4218211
Manufacturer #: DC97-04973B
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Door Boot Seal – Part Number: DC97-18094B
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PartSelect #: PS9606239
Manufacturer #: DC97-18094B
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Shipping Bolt – Part Number: DC97-14489A
Shipping Bolt
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PartSelect #: PS4220224
Manufacturer #: DC97-14489A
Shipping bolts are installed through the back of the washing machine, and hold the wash tub and basket in place while your washer is being transported. The tub suspension holds the tub correctly in pl...   No Longer Available
SEAL-OIL;TS85-PJT,NBR(SD – Part Number: DC62-00156A
SEAL-OIL;TS85-PJT,NBR(SD
PartSelect #: PS4208679
Manufacturer #: DC62-00156A
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Washer making noise a snow smoking.
Take pics every step, easier re-assembly. Dismantled washer keeping bolt/screw section removed compartmentalized in a tackle box in the order of removal. Replaced drum support, bearings, seal, old blots. Too much to write but I was able to do it all in about 4 hours once all the parts finally came in.
Parts Used:
Hex Head Bolt
  • Samuel from NEEDVILLE, TX
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    More than 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers, Socket set, Wrench set
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Front loader door would not lock.
Removed the rear top two Phillips screws, pull off top cover. Unscrew two phillips screws that hold the outside front lock trim, unclip (one left of housing) plastic housing. Remove one phillips screw 11 o'clock from housing, about 6" away, with door button above it, which releases the door lock housing from inside the machine. From right side (facing machine) look down into left front of machine, you will see a black cover, which does a goid job hiding the white part, but it protects the part from water, I guess. Unclip 3-4 plugs, push spinning loader away to pull out the complete part easily. Swap back covers (a bit annoying to place wiring harness back in such a tight place, and cover on. You can try another method if you have a simpler way, like place the harness onto part first, before plugging in and placing cover. But, I kept dropping the part into the machine, which equals a little pita). Then screw the 11pm screw to hold part and the two other screws (small housing and cover), place remaining 2 screws, and lid. Pretty much undo the above procedure. Done.
Parts Used:
Door Switch Assembly
  • Nadira from JACKSONVILLE, FL
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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The washing would stop in mid cycle and the door would be locked.
An initial issue was getting the door to unlock. I tired several things but finally was able to pull the door as if to open it and put something between the door handle and the front of the washer while I ran a washer cycle. There is a way to take the washer top off and reach down inside the unit and pull down on a release, but I did not try that.

The washer has a rubber boot between the washer frame and the wash tub. There is a metal wire ring that secures the outer edge of the boot to the washer frame. Peel back the outer edge of the boot at the bottom to reveal a metal ring that has its ends connected by a small spring. Use a flat tip screw drive to pry this ring off. Peel back the boot from the washer frame.

Next use a Phillips screw drive to remove the two screws that protrude through the wash frame on the right side of the door.

Reach between the washer tub and the frame and the tub and pull the switch through the opening and the washer tub. You will have to wiggle the switch around to remove it. There are three sets of wires attached to the switch by plugs.

The switch is covered with a plastic protective cover. Remove this. You will have to use a screw driver to release various catches to do this.

Remove the three set of wires. There are catches that secure the wire plugs in place. pry them back with a small screw drive.

Attach the new switch to the sets of wires.

Attach the protective cover to the switch. The wires feed through a small slot toward the bottom of the switch.

Slide the switch through the opening where you removed it. and re-attach it using the two screws.

Put the rubber boot in the channel in the washer frame. Replace the metal ring. This was the most challenging part of the repair for me. I had to play around with this to get it into position. You have to work it around the gasket and stretch out the spring.

By the way, The service was great and exceeded by expectations.
Parts Used:
Door Switch Assembly
  • Arthur from WILLARD, OH
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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