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door switch part no. 8269209 repair?

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#1 7Katz

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Posted 19 May 2013 - 08:32 AM

Sensais, 

 

I have a slight dilemma. The door switch part listed above separated while i was repairing my dishwasher (the same dishwasher I have referred to in other posts my yours truly). It looks like I have all its parts and internals. I have ordered a new switch in the event I cannot repair this one. It looks like I will need to use my soldering gun, which is fine, as the contact point separated from the right-hand terminal pin. Is there any source for an internal diagram/schematic of this switch, or any photos of it disassembled? If I can fix my machine sooner rather than later, this would be a good thing.

 

Anything would be appreciated.

 

A Grateful Grasshopper



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Posted 19 May 2013 - 09:48 AM

Model number is ????......you are trying to fix a micro switch ?? or at least that is the part number you have indicated...........................



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Posted 19 May 2013 - 10:39 AM

you could possibly by-pass the Switch,

if you're careful and don't open the Door while it's running  :whistling:


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