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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:
Took old gasket out and installed new gasket. Tested unit and all was dry. Door took more effort to click shut. I knew I had a good seal.
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The repair was easy. I just pulled out the old door gasket and cleaned the area where it was and installed the new gasket by just pushing it in the door channel. This took about 10 minutes. Then I replaced the upper spray arm by taking the old plastic nut off by turning it by hand and replacing it with a new one. After doing this I just pushed the spray arm up into it till it locked in. This took about 5 minutes. All together to fix my project it took about 15 minutes. But the best part is the dishwasher does not leak any more and runs as it should. Thanks Part Select for your quality parts, great service and fast shipping.
First I removed the old door gasket with a needle nose pliers. Second cleaned the area of old residue and third installed the new gasket by hand. I needed to trim the gasket by about 2 inches then it fit and worked perfectly. No more leak!
Removed old gasket fro slot and pressed new gasket into slot
Noted where the water was coming from, and finally saw that the rubber gasket was obviously kinda old. Checked out the website, diagnosed that my problem was pretty simple, ordered the gasket online, after getting the model and serial number. Ordered the part (really simple to do on the website) and within just a few days, got the part via FEDEX. Removed the gasket from the box (hardest part), but a sharp knife works well, just don't cut the part, or yourself. Took about five seconds to remove the old gasket, another five minutes to put in new gasket, and lo and behold!! No more leaking, washer works great. I figure I saved myself at least $150 bucks doing the job myself, and now both my wife and I are happy, what a deal. In the future, If I have a problem with my appliances, I'll check this website, and save, big time!! Thanks guys.Chris Mathieson/Devils Lake, ND
Pulled old gasket out. Put new one in.There was a segment missing from the old gasket. The dishwasher is a bit stiffer to close now, but it doesn't leak anymore.
first we ask a "genius" to fix it, he adjust the door latch to the point I could not close it....for $99.oo We order the part and in 1 - 2 - 3 replace the gasket and readjust the latch and it works fine. Thank you again.The "genius" was a Maytag repair man....
I Simply removed the old seal and made sure the cavity that receives the new seal is free of any debris particularly at the two sides at the bottom which extend forward . It is important to start at the top-middle of the seal cavity to facilitate getting equal lengths on each side, otherwise the portion that ends forward at the bottom on each side won't extend far enough on one side. Don't cut off any of the seal.
Removed old gasket. The bottom of the gasket was decaying on each side of door. Cleaned out the gasket groove on the tub. Fitted new gasket without problem, making certain the bottom on each side of door had sufficient gasket material to complete the seal when door was closed. After shutting off power to the unit, I removed the screws holding the door back in place. I disconnected the wire harness to the dispenser latch mechanism. The door back was then placed on the floor with the dispenser mechanism facing up. Removed two screws hold the mechanism in place, lifted it off door and exposed the latch grommet. Remove old grommet, place new one on the latch. Reattched the mechanism, wire harness. Reassembled the door, turned on power and performed a test cycle to check for leakage. No leak, problem solved!
I thought it was the door gasket, but I read on this site to order the dispenser grommet since it may be that (besides, it's relatively cheap). I replaced the door gasket, but sure enough, it still leaked. So I followed the advice on how to replace the grommet I found posted here(it's relatively simple, you just remove the screws on the inner edge of the door and take the inner panel out, but search the other posts for more detail) and the machine's fixed.
Removed the screws holding the inner door panel in place, removed the screws holding the rinse aid dispenser - replaced the latch seal, cleaned the door liner, removed and replaced door seal.Admired my "door knob"!
Pulled out gasket and replaced with new one. Leaking continued until one cycle was run. . . . Gasket needs to be wetted which could have been a small piece of papaer instructing repairer to do so. Suggestion . . . Add a short intructio sheet for replacing parts.
Pulled out the old door gasket, cleaned the space before pressing in the new gasket. Super easy repair!
It wasn,t the door gasket leaking but the dispenser grommet, although I replaced both of them. I'm glad I read somone else's review because I would'nt have known about the dispenser gasket and would have had the same problem that I started with. Thanks for great service and delivery times!!!
I thought that the door gasket might be the problem but after reading some of the articles on Parts Select web sight, I could see that it might also be the soap dispenser latch grommet and at the cost of the grommet it was well worth replacing that also. I replaced them both and because I did, I can't say which actually caused the leak but it doesn't leak any more.
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