Electrolux Washing Machine Door Interlock

Stock Number: ES488164

Manufactured by Electrolux

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Washing Machine Door Interlock

If your door interlock has been playing up, try fixing it yourself. Replace your damaged old locking mechanism with this genuine spare from Electrolux.

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Genuine spare part for select AEG, Arthur Martin, De Dietrich, Domeos, Electrolux, Elektro Helios, Faure, Husqvarna, John Lewis, Juno, Kuppersbusch, Lloyds, Lux, Marijnen, Matura, Novamatic, Prima, Privileg, Rex, Rosenlew, Tricity Bendix, Westinghouse, Zanker, Zanussi and Zoppas washing machines.

Please note: This part is PNC number dependent. Please contact our Call Centre with your washing machine's PNC number to make sure you get the correct part for your appliance.

How to replace a washing machine door lock

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.

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (80 customers)
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    By - United Kingdom

    super fast service, easy fix, much better than buying a new washing machine.
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    By - Leighton Buzzard

    Excellent service - easy to use website, quick delivery and great "how to" clip which made fitting easy.
  • Great outcome

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    By - Netherlands

    Usually when an appliance breaks down, you can almost feel the money draining away from your savings as you ponder getting it fixed. I came across E Spares by chance, and I'm glad I did. The information on the site means I knew what the problem was. I knew which part I needed, and the video even showed me how to fit it. It took a few days for the part to arrive in Holland. But once it did the fitting was a ten minute job (thanks to the great video) Very happy indeed. E Spares rock!

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  • Q Diagnosing problem with this door lock part 1 Answer

    I don't know if you can help me diagnose a faulty part but I do not want to buy a spare to find that there's nothing wrong with the one I have. My washer dryer has died completely with no lights or LCD display at all. I have taken the PCB off with no signs of burn out and removed the door switch and I suspect/hope it is the door switch. What I want to know is is the door switch faulty or not. It Has four wires coming out in two pairs one has a red connector on it which has 1,800 ohms across it whether the door is open or shut - maybe this is the thermocouple heater element? The other connected with black is constantly open circuit. Faulty switch? Is this the correct status for these connectors if not I Wil assume it is broken and I'll order the part from you. Please let me know if the door switch is faulty and I'll order a spare and give you a constructive review as this would be genuinely useful in addition to your great videos which I wish I'd watched before taking the whole front panel off to remove door lock :-/

    By Nickyc53 - London - 14 October 2014

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      If your machine has this lock it is based on an Electrolux or Zanussi. These have a solenoid door switch that make a loud click locking and double click when opening. A faulty door switch would not normally stop these machines from lighting up so it is unlikely if dead that this is the problem. For information to diagnose your problem see our video: How to diagnose washing machine control and program problems http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/7/1793/how-to-diagnose-washing-machine-control-and-program-problems

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 14 October 2014

  • Q there are 3 wires grey/black/orange.3 terminels numbers=1,2,3,which color goes where 0 Answers

    By larry - dublin.ireland - 12 March 2014