This worked for me too, i used a small piece of plastic instead. Thank you!! @userxlL9ur9l5m wrote: Just in case it helps anyone else, we had a similar problem, this is how i ended up fixing it. When they say there is a little rubber button next to the latch I did not realize that there are in fact two (i guess) buttons. The one on the bottom portion is clear/opaque, the one underneath the top(lid) is... well i don't know what it is because it had disappeared I guess. I could see the small black plastic button which I could push in, but I think maybe something is supposed to go over that. What I did was trim down a small felt pad (think those things that go on the bottom of furniture legs) to a very small 1/4"-1/8" square and attached that to the button nub that was sticking out to the right of the latch on the underside of the lid. Adding that little bit of extra material gave the sensor enough pressure to realize that the lid was closed and eliminated the 1dc4 error. Side note: I ended up getting the leak detect thing the first time I ran this because leftover fabric softener had pretty much congelead in the machine since the last time I had been able to use the top washer, make sure you clean that out so you dont end up getting any leaks. So far I've run 5 small loads through he washer and not had any issues.
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