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Many thanks to bob12241!!!

My daughter rang up Friday evening, distraught that her WDR 7543121B was dead. She desperately needed to wash ready for the weekend, and obviously couldn't get anyone out to look at it until Monday. No Launderettes within easy reach, help!

I talked her through the usual mains checks, socket, cable, fuse etc, and tried "reset to factory settings" (in the manual) to no avail. then did a search and found your post! Grabbed all my bits and pieces and drove 40miles to her house, replaced the diode and drove home again with a big thank-you. Fixed same evening for the cost of the fuel.

Thanks again for posting the fix!

( I didn't have the exact diode, but I'm an Electronics Engineer, so already had a suitable larger replacement, which will hopefully outlast the machine)

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Hi all. I've read with delight the replies on here. Bought the diode and getting excited! BUT cannot get that bloody black cover off the box!! Scared I'll damage PCB if I force it. Any tips from those of you who have done this? Cheers in advance.

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Just came here to say thank you.
My washing machine BEKO HTV 7733XW0 had exactly the same problem and when I made some measurements, everything was pointing to the PCB located on the bottom right side (looking from the back).
This forum has helped me to put the focus on the D7 diode which was indeed the broken component.
I ordered spare diode in Sinuss (Farnell partner) and after replacing it the washing machine went back to life.
It really saved us a lot of money.
Thank you all for your input!

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On 30/07/2022 at 12:26, markn said:

Hi all. I've read with delight the replies on here. Bought the diode and getting excited! BUT cannot get that bloody black cover off the box!! Scared I'll damage PCB if I force it. Any tips from those of you who have done this? Cheers in advance.

Hi Markn, I had the same issue till I found out that you have to first unscrew the black box from the side with these two screws:
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