How do you replace the door seal on a washing machine?

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To replace a washing machine door seal, you will need at least a screwdriver, replacement door seal and a bucket. First, turn off the water supply and disconnect the machine from the power source. Next, prise off the outer clamp band and the inner one then pull the seal off. Finally, apply a fabric conditioner on the shell and drum then fit in a new seal.
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1. Locate the outer clamp band securing the seal to the shell of the machine and examine it carefully. Many can be carefully prised off with a flat-bladed screwdriver, but some have
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1. Disconnect the washing machine power cord and let the washer cool if recently in use. 2. Take out the two screws holding the top cover in place and then lift up and out on the
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1) remove the tension ring under the rim of the seal at the front 2) flip the whole seal into the drum so that you can get at the inside of the seal 3) remove the tension ring hold
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Changing a rubber seal on the inner side of a washing machine door is not too difficult. You must follow instructions carefully. Open the door and find the clamp that is holding the
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To replace a washing machine door seal you need to locate the outer clamp band securing the seal to the shell of the machine and examine it carefully. Then remove the outer clamp band, position the inner one securing the seal to the drum and set up how this is secured. Once the clamp bands have been removed, pull the seal away. Rubbing a smear into the groove then finally push it towards the top.
To change a washing machine door seal, first turn off the water supply and disconnect it from the power source. Next, using a flat bladed screwdriver, prise off the outer clamp band and the inner one then pull the seal off. Finally, apply a fabric conditioner on the shell and drum then fit in a new seal.
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