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 Posted: Sat Dec 5th, 2009 09:49 pm
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Wont go into high spin unless you lean on door.  I assume either door hinge or door switch.  Door catch seems to be ok. 

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another vote for door latch/switch



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I dont do much service on frigidaire products, it looks like the easiest access is through the door boot since this unit is stacked and of course in a tiny closet.  I know frigidaire used to glue these on but this one appears to have a wire strap.  Are there service manuals available for these units?

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dont need one, just remove the ring,push boot back, remove screws from door switch assy., slide it over and disconnect...reconnect new switch and reassemble...literally takes only 5-10 min.

http://frigidaireservicetips.com/pdfs/491_AffinityWasherManual.pdf

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Part link for the door switch ==> LINK



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If boot is glued on remove bottom panel , un screw switch drop out bottom, the harness is long enough to do so.

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Thanks, it was not the glued on type.  Unfortounately I found that the problem was not the door switch. The consumer neglected to tell me the last thing they washed was a rubber backed rug. Since you are a tech I dont have to tell you the rest of the story!

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D'OH! :knifehead:

I HATE when that happens! :rocketman:

What did the damage turn out to be?



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Just cleaned out the pump and it works like a champ, no damage.  This is the worse front loader to replace a pump on (excluding the old frigidaire front loader).

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How did you make out with the razor blade edges? I think I will have one scar for life..

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You shouldn't work on Frigidaire products unless you have excellent health insurance with a low deductible. 95% of all the injuries I get are from working on their products, and considering I seldom work on Frigidaire (we are a whirlpool dealer) thats pretty pathetic. I keep lots of band aids and krazy glue on the truck!!: :soapbox:

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