How to change a door inner trim on a Hotpoint Washing Machine

  1. Washing Machine
    How to change a door inner trim on a Hotpoint Washing Machine
  2. Safety First:Remove the Plug from the Mains Socket
    Safety first 2
  3. Tools required:Phillips & a small flat head  screwdriver
    Phillips & small flat screwdriver (Small)
  4. Using the phillips screwdriver remove the 2 door hinge retaining screws
    WMA 60 Door 3
  5. Remove the door from the appliance
    WMA 60 Door 4
  6. Door removed from appliance
    WMA 60 Door 5
  7. Place the door on a flat surface
    WMA 60 Door 8
  8. Using the phillips screwdriver remove 2 screws to the inner trim
    WMA 60 Door 12
  9. Remove 2 further screws to the door inner trim
    WMA 60 Door 11
  10. Using a phillips screwdriver remove 2 door hinge retaining screws from the door
    WMA 60 Door 10
  11. Using the small flat head screwdriver separate the door trim from the door face
    WMA 60 Door 13
  12. Lift the inner door trim slightly to remove 
    WMA 60 Door 15
  13. Remove the door inner trim
    WMA 60 Door 17a
  14. Door inner trim removed
    WMA 60 Door 16a
  15. Take the new door inner trim from its package ensuring its correct for the appliance
    WMA 60 Door Inner Trim
  16. Fit the new door inner trim
    WMA 60 Door 17a
  17.  Make sure the hinge and the hinge bearings are positioned correctly
    WMA 60 Door 15
  18. Push down & click the inner door trim into place
    WMA 60 Door 27
  19. Using the phillips screwdriver replace 2 door hinge retaining screws
    WMA 60 Door 10
  20. Replace 2 further screws each side of the inner door trim
    WMA 60 Door 11
  21. Replace 2 further screws securing the door release kit
    WMA 60 Door 12
  22. Position the door & hinge against the casing & replace the retaining screws
    WMA 60 Door 4
  23. Using the phillips screwdriver tighten the door hinge retaining screws
    WMA 60 Door 3

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Disclaimer: The information provided has been prepared as a guide only and the steps taken are likely to vary for different appliance models. We strongly recommend using a qualified engineer to undertake major repairs and fault finding.

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