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PartSelect Number PS5136129
This product contains both the door gasket and the door strike. The function of the door gasket on your dishwasher is to provide a seal between the tub and the door. The door strike serves as a mechanical actuator for door switch operation and provides door tension for a proper seal. If you notice that your refrigerator is leaking, the door will not latch properly, or it is not cleaning dishes properly, you may need to replace the door gasket. This repair is as simple as removing the old gasket from the channel on the edge of the dishwasher tub, and replacing it with the new one. This product is made of black rubber.
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:
I pulled out the old gasket and pushed the new gasket in with my fingers and a little help from a flathead screwdriver. I went in fairly easily and now it doesn't leak. That simple. Thanks.
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I removed the old door gasket and cleaned the channel that the gasket sits in. Then I marked the center of the gasket and matched it with the center of the channel. The door latch did get in the way so I had to have another set of hand to get it started. It pretty much went in by hand just by pushing it. There was extra gasket on either side of the bottom of the door. I trimmed to make it fit perfectly. The first time I used the dishwasher it didn't leak. Unfortunately, the second time I did it leaked again. I am going to run it again tomorrow, but does anyone have an idea why it might still be leaking? Thanks
Removed old gasket...started on the right and side and just eased the new one in the slot around the dishwasher. Just guided it in with a screwdriver and butter knife. I was very pleased with the outcome. I know it would have cost much, much more if I had called an appliance repair company. Thank you!
This doesn't get easier; pull off the old leaky gasket, open package of new gasket, and replace gasket. Done! Good as new and no need for a service call by an expensive repair service.
Pushed in the new gasket and had excess that I cut off. The new gasket leaked because I was short on one side. I had to stretch the gasket to keep it secure and stop leaking.
The gasket had already come loose. We were able to fit the new one in without any trouble. We were trilled that we did not need to pay to have someone out to replace the part.
I took a screw driver and pushed it in the groove nice and tight. It worked out well but I would liked to have had some instructions. Then I cut the bottom excess off the seal.
1. Pulled out the old gasket (very easy. slid right out).2. Carefully noted how it went in (so I could put the new one in correctly)3. Measured the length of the new gasket. Unnecessarily worried that the new gasket appeared to be 2" shorter than the old one.4. Cleaned the track and the general area around the dishwasher that rarely gets clean. Took 15 minutes.5. Inserted the new seal, making certain it was fully inserted all along the track. It was a perfect fit.6. Patted myself on the back and bragged to my wife that the job was done.7. Life is good.Dave in Massachusetts
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