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PartSelect Number PS11746830
This door gasket can be installed by simply pressing it into the channel around the door.
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:
Removed parts as required. Cleaned parts of scale and salt. Installed dispenser door latch grommet. Reversed procedure for installation.Removed old gasket. Note orientation of cross section. Cleaned groove. Installed new gasket. Carfull not to stretch or cut. Use a blunt push "tool".Total time 10-15 minutes.
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I removed the old door gasket and replaced it with the new one.
pulled the old gasket out... installed the new one.
My dishwasher had set broken and unused for about six years. I replaced the small motor that opens the door to the dish detergent. But when I fired the old gal up, she started leaking. The door gasket had gotten too old. I pulled it out and used some lime-away and a toothbrush to clean all around the seal area - especially at the bottom. It took only a brief moment to install the new seal. Upon testing it, I noticed a very small leak. It went away after a few days as the door and seal got used to each other.
After watching your video my repairs were a breeze.
Gasket replacement was super easy took out old gasket and pushed in new gasket. Quick, simple, leak fixed.
You know, my friend actually did it. But I know he took the door off, took off the old gasket, put on the new, and did the same with the door latch and grommet. The toughest part was putting the door back on. That took several tries but it works perfectly again, and no leaks!
Took out old gasket, watching to see how it was oriented as suggested on video. Cleaned out groove where old gasket was seated. Pressed new gasket into place. Closed the door, ran the machine. NO LEAK!
Removed old gasket. Cleaned groove. Install new gasket pushing it into the groove with my fingers
remove and replace with tip of screwdriver
We have hard well water and the gasket was in poor shape and time to be replaced. Very simple to just pull out the old gasket and put the new one in place. The gasket just needed a little bit of manipulation to properly fit from end to end. No big deal at all.
Initially, I replaced the copper water intake line with a flexible line because after running it one time, I removed the lower front panel and saw water dripping from the lowest part of the copper line. That didn't fix the problem. Then I removed the black door gasket, cleaned it up and reinstalled it. That didn't solve the problem. I read some of the other similar stories on this website and instead of just ordering the door gasket, I also ordered the soap dispensor latch grommet, just in case. I recieved the parts very quickly. Instead of replacing both parts, I just replaced the door gasket just to see if that was the problem. It must have been, because I haven't seen a leak since. Eventually I will replace the grommet, just because I have it.
Removed old door gasket with screwdrive , installed new gasket. Made sure that gasket receiver was free of material first. Easy fix. Save door latch grommet for later. Thanks.
simply pulled the old gasket out of the channel and pushed the new gasket into the channel.
First I removed the torx screws around the perimeter of the inside of the door. I then released the two solenoids that operate the soap dispenser latch from their attachments and removed the inside door panel. This enabled me to get to the soap dispenser mechanism. I then removed the dispenser by removing two hex head screws and then replaced the grommet around the dispenser cover latch.I also replaced the door gasket by simply pulling the old one out and pressing the new one in place. Unfortunately, this did not completely correct the problem because the unit still leaked.I then discovered that the door was apparently out of alignment and I grabbed the door and twisted it somewhat in order to increase pressure on the side of the door that was leaking. This fixed the leak but it is of course only temporary because I haven't adjusted the door springs in order to make the fix permanent. I plan to do this soon after I have researched that procedure in detail
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