LG Washing Machine Door Interlock for F1403FD

Stock Number: ES639702

Manufactured by LG

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This part is compatible with LG F1403FD Washing Machines

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Show your washing machine problems the door, with this replacement Door Interlock.

This replacement door interlock mechanism will keep your washing machine door shut during wash cycles. It's a genuine spare part and will fit the models of LG appliances listed, so have a check through the list to ensure it's the correct spare for your machine.

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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    By - Essex

    Having never fixed a washing machine , having diagnosed the problem myself, ordered the part and hoped for the best. eSpares site easy to use,part good value for money, watched the how to fit video clip. Part arrived quickly, easy to fit, door works perfectly. Job done and a big thank you to eSpares.

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  • Q How do i test the lock to prove that is the faulty part 3 Answers

    By Bill - Glasgow - 03 May 2014

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      Ref Ji's 'answer' as per my previous comments substitution is the quickest and most effective way of proving especially with an intermittent fault on mains electricity.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 31 December 2014

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      LG 1403 FD Washing machine le fault could it be the door lock keeps cutting out half way through cycle

      By Ji - Penicuik - 30 December 2014

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      The only effective way to fully test a door lock is to have it connected and 'activated' so it closes and connects the contacts by thermal action. So in principle it could be done but would involve live testing something we would strongly advise against.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 06 May 2014

  • Q fault diagnosis 2 Answers

    Hi if the interlock is faulty will the machine shut down completely? mine is dead but power is going to the machine. thanks

    By stedee - st helens - 05 August 2013

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      Sorry to disagree with Mikes answer but a door lock will not usually make a machine dead and the display will usually light if faulty but the machine would not 'start' any cycle.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 31 December 2014

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      Yes if the lock is faulty program cycles will not start as the machine will think the door is open, although you will get power to the machine regardless. To be sure your switch is faulty, test it with a digital multimeter before buying.

      By Mike - London - 01 December 2013