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Door won't close/lock
Just had the same issue. The latch, which rotates up and forward, is spring-loaded towards the rear. If 'tripped' to closed position, it cannot rotate back down until it's carrier/hinge slides slightly forward. I bent a sturdy wire into a long 'U', then bent both ends down (~3/8in) and slightly outward to hook over the latch-hinges and pull both sides gently (its plastic) forward, while rotating the latch downward with a small screwdriver. be careful to keep what appears to be a brown plastic button raised, if it pops down from above the latch. Yes, having 4 hands would help, but the 'U' wire can pull from behind the two outer edges with one finger. Once the latch rotates down, release tension on the 'U' wire and extricate it - problem solved.
Jon (We don need no steenkin manuals)
'Build a more idiot-proof machine, and the universe will build a better idiot.'
"We don't take no s*** from no machines."
Colonel Jason Grant (Walter Koenig), Moontrap 1989
on Oct 31, 2019
Model WF7700N6W1 - front loader - smell? Rubber seal inside door peels back a bit to reveal buildup of gunk between seal and inside frame? retaining water here?
Ok, nothing to worry about. You have bacteria growing in your machine. Clean out the slime from the door seal using a soft cloth and soapy water. DON'T use any harsh chemicals such as bleach !
Remove your detergent drawer (if possible) and clean it thoroughly - a dishwasher will do this very well. Disconnect your machine from the power supply and clean thoroughly inside the space where the dispenser drawer was, using a toothbrush or larger nylon brush and a soft, soapy cloth.
Using liquid detergents all the time can cause a build up of residue over time, which gives the bacteria and mould somewhere to grow. So try a hot wash cycle (without a load) using a powder detergent intended for whites. Washing powders contain brighteners and chemicals which are hostile to mould and bacteria.
Finally, leave your dispenser drawer and loading door open every night to allow fresh air to circulate through the entire machine. This will reduce the number of cleaning occasions needed.
on Jan 10, 2018
Samsung WF337AA Front Loader
Hi Ya, I had exactly the same problem with my washer. 7E means that the water supply has stopped or is too weak. So I unscrewed the water hoses at the rear of the machine (turn water taps off first) and removed the little filters from the inlets on the machine by **** them out with a small screwdriver.. I then cleaned the filters out with a small brush and hot water, refitted them and HEY Presto!! All fixed.
Good Luck Greg NZ
on Oct 21, 2017
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