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The handle from the washing machine broke. In order to replace it I need to disassemble de door. The problem is that the 2 parts of the door don't have any screws. They are hold in place by plastic clips(I am assuming this...). Can someone tell me the procedure to disassemble it? I really don't want to force it and break the clips. 

The model is: BEKO  WKY71033PTLYB3

I added also a picture of the door.

Thank you in advance.


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Hi there. This is a common problem. These days many washing machine doors are either designed to be unrepairable and you can only buy a complete door assembly, or they are put together in such a way that it is very difficult to work out how to get them apart and very difficult sometimes to get them apart without causing damage.

The main thing to do if you haven't already is identify if the spare parts are available for your specific model. In other words can you definitely buy an inner door, and outer door, door glass, or is the part for your washing machine only shown as a complete door? You can try searching through the listings in this spare site to doublecheck, and if you can see the part of the door that you need you can try to examine the photograph of it which may give clues as to whether there are any screw holes etc and where they are Beko door parts

Look out to see if there is a hidden screw somewhere with maybe something like a label stuck over it. If there are definitely no screws anywhere to be seen then usually the door outer is pushed over the door inner and it all clicks into place. In such a case the door outer needs to be very carefully prised away all around with a thin but strong small screwdriver. Let us know how you get on.

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