Candy Washing Machine Door Interlock

Stock Number: ES670687

Manufactured by Hoover

(This part fits select Candy models)

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (46 customers)

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Description

Keep your washing machine's door safely locked and the appliance running smoothly with this replacement safety interlock from Hoover.

Genuine spare part for select Candy, Friac, Hoover, Iberna, Jinling, Kelvinator, Maytag, Otsein, Philco, Rosieres, Teka, Victory, Vyatka, and Zerowatt washers.

Prior to purchase, please see the list of appliances to ensure that this is the right part for you.

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 (46 customers)
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  • Very good purchase

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    By - Wales

    Good all round product Excellent value Easy to fit
  • Genuine Hoover part. E07 fault fixed.

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    By - Derbyshire

    Same as original part. Fixed intermittent E07 fault - machine would not start (door LED flashing) or door was not unlocking at end. Easy to change out. May be easier to work on through top of machine rather than removing door seal - model dependent due to space I imagine. Either way a fairly straight forward job. Interlock slides towards drum then pushes inside body. Then remove electrical plug (small latch with screwdriver). Reverse to fit new part. New interlock came with one fixing screw instead of a plastic location pin. Probably a manufacturing modification to make interlock more secure.
  • Excellent service

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    By - Cornwall

    Easy website to follow and excellent delivery service

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  • Q ok,but on the HPE236 there are no retaining screws and no obvious method of removal of the door interlock 1 Answer

    Thanks for your original answer

    By Oz - west yorks - 07 October 2014

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      Remove the door seal from the front and press the 'pips' that push through the front panel either side of he lock hole and slide the lock hole frame away from the door. It should then hinge/lift away. To fit the new lock hook the hole frame into the front panel and hinge/slide it into position until the 'pips' lock it in place.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 08 October 2014

  • Q how do i remove the interlock from a Hoover HPE236 washing machine? 1 Answer

    By Oz - west yorks - 06 October 2014

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      This repair should be similar to one in our video: How to replace the door lock on a Beko washing machine http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/7/2310/how-to-replace-the-door-lock-on-a-beko-washing-machine-

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 07 October 2014

  • Q I have just replaced hinge on door on my mums candy sprite 1300 CNA 135 but the door catch is now faulty. Do I need this part in addition to the door handle assembly part? 1 Answer

    By Carol - Belfast - 20 March 2014

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      If you have broken the handle by trying to open it before it unlocked then you may just need the handle. For more information see our videos: http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/7/1294/how-to-open-a-washing-machine-door-thats-stuc and http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/7/1278/how-to-fit-a-washing-machine-door-handle

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 21 March 2014

  • Q the door lock light doesnt flash and the machine wont work 1 Answer

    By wixy - tamworth - 20 January 2014

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      For information to identify the problem see our video: http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/7/1793/how-to-diagnose-washing-machine-control-and-program-problems

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 21 January 2014

  • Q This is not the same as the original 1 Answer

    For a start it has no screw holes, also it seems to be magnetically operated (the old one was a pin pushed by the door catch also there seems to be nothing to hold the door shut. Yet it says it is the right bit!

    By HappyAndrew - |Hampshire - 11 February 2012

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      There are no screws. From what I understand from having a play about with the old one I just replaced, Its a electro magnet that pulls a pin down once the door is in the shut possition inside the lock, so the door is unable to be opened, after the washer is turned of the power is cut and the magnet releases and door is able to be opend.

      By Captainpete - Warrington - 23 February 2012