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Washer Lid Switch Assembly 131675600

Some information and help with changing the lid switch assembly on a Frigidaire built top load washer...

Lid switch assembly

lid switch assembly 134101800

Lid switch assembly part# 134101800 replaces older switches 131675600, 3205646 & 131595100

Some installation tips.....

Free standing washer:

  • disconnect the washer from the electrical supply
  • raise and brace the top panel
  • disconnect the wire harness from the lid lock assembly
  • using a 1/8" drill bit, drill out the rivets securing the mounting bracket to the washer top panel and remove the original switch ( not all have rivets, some are just screws )
  • remove and save the screws securing the lid lock switch to the mounting bracket
  • install the new lid lock switch using the previously removed screws

Laundry center washer,

  • disconnect the power from the electrical supply
  • remove the washer front panel and washer top panel
  • disconnect the wire harness from the lid lock switch
  • using a drill and a 1/8" bit, drill out the rivets securing the mounting bracket to the washer top panel and remove the original switch and bracket ( not all have these rivets )
  • remove and save the screws securing the lid lock switch to the mounting bracket
  • install the new lid lock switch assembly using the previously removed screws. On some models, a 1/2" O.D. washer may be required to secure one of the screws to the top panel.

Note: Some original lid lock switch assembly's had an additional switch to operate the consol light. This type of assembly is no longer available. When replacing this type with a light switch, cut and tape off the ends of the two light switch leads. The light can still be operated using the consol switch.


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