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Electrolux Washer User Interface Board Replacement #809020003

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This video provides step-by-step repair instructions for replacing the user interface board on an Electrolux washing machine. The most common reason for replacing the board is if the washer will not function at all.

All of the information for this user interface board replacement video is applicable to the following brands:
Electrolux

Tools needed: phillips head screwdriver, #2 square bit

Step By Step Instructions

1
Before you replace the user interface board in your washer be sure to unplug the power cord.
2
Use a number two square bit or a phillips-head screwdriver to unthread the screws at the back securing the main top.
3
Slide the main top back and lift it up to remove.
4
Next, unthread the screws securing the control panel to the support bracket.
5
Pull out the dispenser drawer and depress the button to fully release it.
6
You can now remove the remaining screws securing the control panel assembly.
7
Lift the assembly up to detach and disconnect the user interface wire connecter.
8
Remove the screws securing the user interface board assembly.
9
Lift out the assembly.
10
Prepare the new user interface board for installation by removing the protective covering from the display lens.
11
Now transfer the control knob, buttons and light bars from the old board to the new one.
12
Making sure the light bars remain in place, align the user interface board assembly with the control panel.
13
Thread the screws to secure.
14
Reinstall the control panel assembly by first connecting the user interface wire connecter.
15
Realign the panel on the support bracket and rethread all of the mounting screws.
16
Replace the dispenser drawer.
17
Realign the main top and slide it into place.
18
Rethread the screws in the back.
19
With the repair completed plug the power cord back in and your washer should be ready for use.
Description
This video provides step-by-step repair instructions for replacing the user interface board on an Electrolux washing machine. The most common reason for replacing the board is if the washer will not function at all.

All of the information for this user interface board replacement video is applicable to the following brands:
Electrolux

Tools needed: phillips head screwdriver, #2 square bit
Step-By-Step Instructions
1
Before you replace the user interface board in your washer be sure to unplug the power cord.
2
Use a number two square bit or a phillips-head screwdriver to unthread the screws at the back securing the main top.
3
Slide the main top back and lift it up to remove.
4
Next, unthread the screws securing the control panel to the support bracket.
5
Pull out the dispenser drawer and depress the button to fully release it.
6
You can now remove the remaining screws securing the control panel assembly.
7
Lift the assembly up to detach and disconnect the user interface wire connecter.
8
Remove the screws securing the user interface board assembly.
9
Lift out the assembly.
10
Prepare the new user interface board for installation by removing the protective covering from the display lens.
11
Now transfer the control knob, buttons and light bars from the old board to the new one.
12
Making sure the light bars remain in place, align the user interface board assembly with the control panel.
13
Thread the screws to secure.
14
Reinstall the control panel assembly by first connecting the user interface wire connecter.
15
Realign the panel on the support bracket and rethread all of the mounting screws.
16
Replace the dispenser drawer.
17
Realign the main top and slide it into place.
18
Rethread the screws in the back.
19
With the repair completed plug the power cord back in and your washer should be ready for use.

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