Stock Number: ES488164
Manufactured by Electrolux
In Stock Available for immediate despatch
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The door interlock is an electronic device that is designed to give a time delay of approximately 2 minutes before the door of a washing machine can be opened once the wash/drying cycle has competed. Door locks should be checked regularly to ensure that they are working correctly. During the cycle the door should remain locked; as it is can be extremely dangerous if this is not the case.
The common fault when a door interlock fails is that the washing machine will not start. There will be power to the washing machine, which is can sometimes be ascertained by the light (if present) being lit up on the front facia panel. However, when the door is closed and the wash/drying cycle is selected and started the machine will appear 'dead'.
Genuine spare part for select AEG, De Dietrich, John Lewis Kuppersbusch and Zanussi washing machines.
Please note: This part is PNC number dependent. An example PNC number is 91460200000. Please contact our Call Centre with your washing machine's PNC number to make sure you get the correct part for your appliance.
This video should help with fitting this part. However, the exact layout and fitting technique may differ for your make and model.
Be safe - always unplug any appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out any work on it.
If you are in any doubt contact a qualified repairer.
Easy to fit, with good instructions 14 September 2015
Perfect 10 August 2015
excellent 17 March 2015
By - United Kingdom
Q E40 ERROR on AEG L72640, what do you recommend doing? 1 Answer
By - England - 24 February 2016
By 24 February 2016-
Q I get an E40 Error, but the Interlock sounds like it is trying to work 1 Answer
By 06 January 2016-
By 07 January 2016-
Q Diagnosing problem with this door lock part 1 Answer
By - London - 14 October 2014
By 14 October 2014-
Q there are 3 wires grey/black/orange.3 terminels numbers=1,2,3,which color goes where 0 Answers
By - dublin.ireland - 12 March 2014