Hotpoint Dishwasher Door Interlocking Assembly

Stock Number: ES509247

Manufactured by Hotpoint

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Dishwasher Door Interlocking Assembly

Has the lock started to play up on your dishwasher? Are you no longer able to get the dishes clean without worry? Let eSpares help! We have the replacement door lock made by Hotpoint, once fitted to your dishwasher you will be able to get the dishes clean without worry of the door opening and smashing your plates and glasses or water leaking out into your home.

Spare part for select models of Hotpoint dishwashers.

Please note: For some models this part is serial number dependent. Prior to ordering please check that your model and serial number are listed to make sure that this is the correct locking mechanism for your dishwasher. If you are unsure, please contact our Call Centre with the full details from your appliance data plate.

How to replace a dishwasher 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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    easy to locate spare part, great service will use again Thanks
  • Free help and low cost parts.

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    By - Codsall, nr. Wolverhampton.

    I am 84 years old and reluctant to give all tasks to the "local Experts", so faced with a broken dishwasher door lock I checked out Espares. The door lock was available, (genuine part and cheaper than manufacturers) also a very easy to follow instructive video. A no-brainer, part ordered, arrived within 3 days, fitted as per instructions in 10 minutes. Total saving approx.£35.00. Marigold gloves redundant. By all means check other sellers but always check out Espares, you could also be suprised.
  • Ok but doesn't last long

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    By - Surrey

    Easy to install but the spring seems to break very easily rendering the catch useless. This is the 3rd catch in as many years.

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  • Q Does this include the spring 8 Answers

    By neilcarpenter - Torquay - 17 February 2009

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      yes it does,my broken one lost spring and pin

      By ethelsouth33 - hampshire - 08 May 2010

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      Yes Neil this is a complete item ready to fit

      By Kenjtay - Devon - 23 April 2010

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      Yes

      By partsfitter - Northumberland - 21 April 2010

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      If you mean the coiled spring holding the latch in place then yes. When fitting look how the existing one fits into the "n" shaped groove and edit the extra plastic (gently) until the new one does the same.

      By Hearnshaw - Bronte Country - 05 April 2010

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      Yes ,spring included

      By gammon83 - Wirral - 05 April 2010

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      The switch assembly is the same as the one you remove it contains the housing, the spring and the power switch

      By emjo - Southport Merseyside - 24 February 2010

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      spring included and easy to fit

      By ksmakem - kingston upon thames - 18 February 2010

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      yes the spring is included

      By jobsworth - Bolton - 19 February 2009

  • Q Do I have to remove the inner door panel to fit the lock? 6 Answers

    I have a DWF50 and am worried that removing this internal panel may damage the detergent release catch

    By minilady - wolves - 06 April 2009

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      not sure on that model,on mine just took out top four screws and two either side.carefully pull top front and steel inner apart. WARNING mind fingers on edge of inner panel.sharp took chunk out of finger.

      By ethelsouth33 - hampshire - 08 May 2010

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      No inner panel stays in place only the top door plastics need removing. Top 8 screws will do the trick.

      By Kenjtay - Devon - 23 April 2010

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      You shouldn't need to remove the internal panel to fit this. The screws along the inner edge should release the outer plasic cover only. Note the 2 different threads on the screws and make sure they go back in the same place.

      By Hearnshaw - Bronte Country - 05 April 2010

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      The dishwasher that I repaired (haier) reqired removal of eight philips head screws to give enough acess to the switch then remove the two screws that hold the switch th the door inner, release and lift out the switch assembly remove the two power wires and refit the new switch in the reverse order. Remember to isolate the power before comensing work.

      By emjo - Southport Merseyside - 24 February 2010

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      I didnt think so but after fitting my new lock something must have happened as it doesnt release anymore

      By ksmakem - kingston upon thames - 18 February 2010

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      When you remove all the panel screws its only the outercover on the door that comes off, you dont disturb any of the detergent release catch, hinges etc, the job takes about 15 min!

      By ipol - Glasgow - 18 April 2009

  • Q Does this part include the 'catch' that your man also replaced on the video? 1 Answer

    By Nicki - Essex - 10 June 2014

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      No the catch is Stock Number: ES830831

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 10 June 2014

  • Q Broken door lock. 1 Answer

    Have replaced the dock lock, but have been unable to find the spring which broke off from the previous lock. Is it OK to use the dishwasher or do I have to keep searching for the spring?

    By Ossie - Kent - 07 May 2014

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      It is always recommended to remove any loose parts and they could damage wiring or electronic components. If you have removed the door skin and cannot locate the spring check around the control board and switches. If this is ok then you must use with caution at your own risk.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 07 May 2014

  • Q Do I need to fit a new catch if I am replacing the lock? Or is the old one still ok to use. 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - Middlesbrough - 10 December 2013

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      The old catch should be alright to use if undamaged, examine carefully and replace if required.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 12 December 2013