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Needing to remove lid from our top load LG washer. Model #WT7100CW. There are no screws along the side or access doors to conveniently get to screws like many of the other models I’ve seen. This washer is less than a longer old. Thanks!

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Most top load washers have snap clips in front and hinges in back. You use a putty knife or equivalent to push in the clips(located between top and front of unit in the seem). Some others have screws on bottom near the legs that you unscrew and tilt front forward and then lift up and off. Good luck.

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someone, Im not finding that model number. Going by the first six digits Im assuming that this is a regular top loader and not an Oasis washer. If so, remove the end caps on the consol by pulling them off. Remove the screws under each end cap and flip the consol up. Unplug the lid switch connector and snap springs holding the cabinet on. The whole cabinet will pull forward and you can get at the lid switch. Check out the pics and post back...Catriver.

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SOURCE: removing front panel on maytag washer

some maytag panel just pull off from the bottom,they are just a tight fit.and some have screws under the hob.

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SOURCE: need a diagram for a lid switch

Hello jafarrell
What is the exact model # ?
This was the part number!!


You said, you need a diagram of the Kenmore top loading washer, model 20432 lid switch.
This is a Kenmore part # you supplied, so here is where you can get it from Kenmore.


Part # 20432 lid switch as you supplied in our communications!.
http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/retrievePartActionHome!search.action?productGroup=N%2FA&partNumber=20432&pop=flush


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SOURCE: Need to replace the screws that holds the drum baffle in place

remove the scresw holding the door on, remove the door, the remove the 2 screws oppisite th edoor inge and the front panel will lift off. there will be 2 5/16 screws holding the top down to the frame of unit, the top will then lift up[ giving you acces to the outside of the drum to resecure the drum baffle

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SOURCE: Remove lid of top loading washing machine Kenmore 110.92575110

Remove 2 screws that hold the console in place. Most are at the rear corners of the console. Pull console forward and up and tilt back.There are 2 brass clips holding the cabinet in place. then the cabinet can be removed by tilting forward and away from base. there is no reason to remove the lid.

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