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PartSelect Number PS11746825
This dishwasher door gasket is gray in color and is used for some belt driven dishwashers. This gasket is made of rubber and is eighty-nine and three quarter inches long.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Remove old seal by pulling out tabs one at a time.To install new seal, I had to remove the front control panel and door panel to access the back side of all of the slots that the new seal tabs go into. Using needlenose pliers i pulled each tab individually until they were locked into place. Replace door and control panel.
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remove lower access panel to expose spring. remove broken spring with longnose pliers. with door closed install upper hook of spring with nylon bushing on door hinge. using longnose pliers pull down on spring to hook on lower braket.
Removed the gasket by pulling it's tabs out of the metal slots in the door. This was accomplished by accessing the inside of the door.Then I realized that I had to dissassemble the side and front panel of the door to install the new gasket. The reason is you have to pull the tabs through the metal slots in the door from the front side. I used needle nose pliers which worked well. Then I had to reassemble the front and sides of the door. No more leaks!! for now. Takes some time if you do it by yourself. Budget at least 2 hours.
cleaned lime and calcium build up off of gasket and it stopped the leak . yea . parts select was very helpful and said i could return the unusedgasket. . this is a good place to get parts.thanks larry
Removed the old gasket. It was easy to "pop out" the parts that held the gasket in place with a regular flat blade screwdriver. Becareful not to chip the porclien (sp). Any of the tabs that broke off I just pushed them through and can take them out if I ever need to remove the front of the door. Works fine and no leaks. Clean the area of the old gasket so the new gasket will have a good seal. End of story.
Easy to change. Just pull firmly on old gasket, clean surface with soapy water. Align tabs on new gasket, push into place a tap firmly with handle of a screwdriver and taps pop into place. Was done in about 40 minutes.
All I had to do was take apart the door by removing a few screws. Then ripped the old gasket off. I then lined all the tabs up to make sure it was going to fit and then started pulling them through with needle nose pliers. When the door was reassembled I checked the plastic piece where the gasket ends in the tub and found some loose screws that needed to be tightened. After that I ran a few cycles and it does not leak any more.
Pull old gasket off (30 seconds), take panel screws out of front panel and control panel, carefully lower control panel push tabs thru holes from inside door, once all tabs in, push door closed and take pliers and pull tabs until they lock into place, put panel back together. not that difficult, my wife and I had it back in working order in approx 30min.
Removed the front of the door by removing 2 screws in each side. Remove 2 screws on each side holding control panelRemoved old gasket by pulling it out, and installed new gasket. Used needlenose pliers to pull tabs securely into slots.
I opened the door and pulled the old gasket out using a flathead screwdriver to pry up the difficult to remove areas. I cleaned the area with a damp cloth and place the new gasket in the slots. The entire process including the cleaning took no more than 10 minutes. It was so easy. By the way, I had the part in my hands 2 days after ordering it. I am very impressed with the service.
My daughter and son removed the old gasket and installed the new one. It went well.
Removed the seal and replaced with new one. Job went very easy. Stop the leake. Thank you.Claude Miller
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