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PartSelect Number PS9495545
This gasket goes on the bottom of the dishwasher door.
This part works with the following brands: Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Kenmore, Tappan & White-Westinghouse.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Grabbed edge of one end and pulled seal out and cleaned the area of water stains and etc. , Then pushed new seal into place. . . . .
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I removed the door panel and ran the dishwasher to determine where it was leaking. Ordered the parts. When parts arrived I removed door in order to get at the bottom door gasket, replace it, and removed the tube gasket and replaced it with new parts. The whole job was very easy for a person that's never repaired a dishwasher before. I also found that the return tube gasket at the top of the dishwasher was leaking and repaired that by making a new gasket out of a flat piece of rubber and an o-ring. All leaks have been repaired. With regards to the return tube issue, it may have only been loose and if so, I could have just tightened the return tube outlet and gotten the same results. The people at this site were excellent. Thank You
Found a YouTube video and easily changed out gaskets.
As per enclosed instructions.
Followed the on line instructions. Repair went very quickly. Easy to do. Glad to have my dishwasher working again. Was worth my time to save all the money of calling a repair man. If a 56 year old woman can do it anyone can. Great part and fast shipping.
did it myself, was a snap, old one out and new one in, in less than a minute.
Should have paid attention to the other posts. The job should have been REALLY easy. But, I decided to take the door off. That was not necessary. Turned a three minute job into a 30 minute job.
Biggest challenge was understanding where the gasket was located. I took a good look at the parts diagram available on this site, simply opened the dishwasher door, felt around for the old jacket, pulled it out with a nose plier, and inserted the new jacket making sure the orientation was the same as the old jacket. It went in fairly easily, and is a press fit. The dishwasher no longer leaks.
first open door and removed 8 philips screws, removed inside panel and changed lower door gasket.then reassembled in reverse order of removal.second used plyers removed tub gasket matched up to new gasket and cut to length to match old gasket.clean track on tub and install same way old gasket was in, make sure gasket is seated evenly.clean up and run dishwasher check for leaks.
I simply opened the door all the way and used pliers to grab hold of the old bottom gasket and slid it out sideways. Then inserted the new bottom gasket into the slot and pushed it in. No leaks for the new pergo floor. Half the battle was realizing that this thing was in there to begin with. It is a long thin plastic flap with a rubber strip on both sides not reallya gasket per say. Fast delivery and great instruction from other customers.
All I needed was a screwdriver to remove and replace the parts. Everything else snapped into place.
The machine was not used for three years after discovering a leak. It appeared to be coming from the drain pump. I Decided to reevaluate the leak for repair, with a little prodding from my wife, I found the leak coming from the bottom of the door. I Found the worn seal and I ordered a new part. I used needle-nose pliers to remove the old seal, pushed the new seal in with my fingers, checked for leaks, none found. Machine is back in business. My wife was happy.
First I read the online bog's such as this one, those instruction said it was an easy task to pull out the old gasket from either side and then push in the new gasket in reverse of removal, in from either side, but the only way the gasket can be installed is to lay it along the channel it is to be installed in and then push it upwards. Due to all they butter and grease that gather's on the edges at the bottom of the door it is nearly impossible to slide it in place, so to push it up is the only way that will work!
The main tub gasket just pulled out by hand - no tools needed. Installing new one was just as easy, Just remember the wide part of the gasket sits in the bottom of the groove and cut off the excess with scissors.Door gasket - not so easy. The six screws near the top of the door do NOT need to be removed, only the two (phillips) mid-way down the side. Remove the bottom panel by pulling down (it sits in a pocket of the top panel). The bottom door gasket just pulls out and insert the new one by hand (can be tight). Re-install bottom panel by sliding up into the top panel pocket, aligning the holes and screw home. Normally,, you would be done but not in my case. The slow drip was still there. Investigation revealed that under the bottom panel (yes, we took it off again) is a tie-wrap holding wires at the bottom of the door that collects condensed steam and allows it to drip outside of the bottom plastic tray onto the floor. We thought that the tie-wrap was unnessesary and cut it off. Test drive- No more drips!
pulled out old seal replaced with new one very simple
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