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Yes, Kelly, you do have to push it fairly hard though.
The door does shut securely, and the washer starts to run, but at some point during the wash cycle, it shuts down. The door does not come open, nor does it leak water. You just have to push securely on the top of the door to have the cycle continue where it left off. This also happens during the rinse cycle, and the dry cycle also.
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