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ZV-446 interlock connector plug melted

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I'm fixing my mother in laws washing machine, and found the cables that go into the door interlock were corroded and have burnt out. I managed to find a new door interlock easy enough online (ZV-446) but the snap connector where the cables terminate and plug into the interlock is also fried and I am really struggling to find anything even close online. I'm just wondering if anyone can help, maybe I'm not searching for the right thing.

below is a link to images of the plug I'm trying to source

any help greatly appreciated!

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Try entering the (full) model number in 4washerhelp and scroll through all the parts for it. If you can’t see it send in a part request and if it’s available they can look it up. Parts like that are often very hard to get. 


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5 minutes ago, Whitegoodshelp (Andy) said:

Try entering the (full) model number in 4washerhelp and scroll through all the parts for it. If you can’t see it send in a part request and if it’s available they can look it up. Parts like that are often very hard to get. 

Thanks for your reply, ive managed to find the full cable with plug already attached on the manufacturers website, thing is its 20 quid and i dont need the cable, when i spoke on the phone to them the bloke couldnt really help unfortunately. Its frustrating because ill bet you can get a bag of a 100 of them little connectors for less than a fiver! 

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Ok. At least with the wires attached you can be sure which wires go where, which might not otherwise be possible if they were all burned out. 


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