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Tub Gasket - Gray

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PartSelect Number PS8260227
Manufacturer Part Number 154827601
Manufactured by Frigidaire

This dishwasher door gasket creates a seal around the dishwasher to ensure that water is not able to leak out. If this was not in place there would be a gap between the opening of the dishwasher tub and the outside of the door. If this has torn, you might notice leaking water coming from your dishwasher or the inability to shut the door properly. Simply pull out the current gasket, ensure the area is clean, look for the indicator on your new gasket to determine the middle, and press into place without stretching the material. After the repair is complete, shut the dishwasher door and leave closed a few hours to ensure it properly seals into place.

This part works with the following brands: Frigidaire, Kenmore, Gibson, Crosley, Westinghouse, Tappan, Uni, Kelvinator.

This part works with the following products: Dishwasher.

This part fixes the following symptoms:

  • Leaking.
  • Not cleaning dishes properly.

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Question:

I had a leak so im installing the Door Gasket just wanted to know if it was the one that runs vertically or horizontally?

Kiersty
Answer:

Hi Kiersty, the door gasket runs down and bends horizontally at the bottom, about 0.5 inches. I hope this helps!

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Question:

Dishwasher is leaking from the left side of the door during rinse and that is it… do I need a tub gasket?

Linda
Answer:

Hi Linda, we recommend first checking the spray arms, you are looking for visible damage such as cracking or clogging. From there you can take the inner panel from the door and check for leaking inside of the door. If we are right, you need to replace the vent assembly 154423601. Best of luck with this repair. 

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Question:

My dishwasher door is occasionally leaking on the left side. Which seal/gasket would fix this or should I replace something else?

Tina
Answer:

Hello Tina, this sounds like you have a faulty lower door gasket that needs replacing. Please let us know if you have any further questions.

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Parts Used:
  • Tub Gasket - Gray
Level of Difficulty: Really Easy
Time to do repair: Less than 15 mins
Tools: Screw drivers
Customer: Charles from Milton, FL

Dishwasher was leaking water

I removed old tub gasket, which the door presses against to make a seal, and put the new one in. Flat tip screwdriver was used to gently press gasket in.

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Parts Used:
Level of Difficulty: Really Easy
Time to do repair: Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Customer: beth from green bay, WI

Leaking from the bottom of the door

With the door wide open and lower dishtray out, I pulled the old gasket out of its channel. I cleaned the channel with a rag and replaced it with the new gasket. It needed to be trimmed about an inch in order to get the door to close properly. Took me about 5 minutes. Then I removed the old bottom door gasket. Just grasped the plastic edge showing while the door is completely open. Pull outward with fingers moving toward the heating element. Cleaned this area also. Took the new gasket with notch on the right hand side of the dishwasher and pushed it into place. If you get down and look closely, you can see where the notch hooks up. The rest of the piece just slides in after that. Hasn't leaked since! No leaks AND no service call fee. Parts came super fast! So glad I found this website. I'm a housewife, you can do this!

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36 of 48 people found this instruction helpful

Parts Used:
Level of Difficulty: Really Easy
Time to do repair: 15 - 30 mins
Tools: Screw drivers
Customer: Terry from Pleasant View, UT

Top rack was dropping out of rollers/slides

This was the second part of repair. Left side was constantly falling out of the slide. I replaced the same items as above minus the gasket and screw kit. Once done, the right side was sloppy so I orders part for that side plus gasket which slid right in.
1. Removed stops on front end of Upper Dishrack Slide on both sides.
2. Removed Upper Dishrack
3. Remove Roller and Axle/clip (4 each)
4. Push Roller onto Axle on all 4 kits
5. Install all 4 roller kits on Upper Dishrack
6. Remove stops from back end of Upper Dishrack Slides.
7. Remove both Slides
8. Remove 8 each Tub Wheels.
9. Using old or new Screws and Washers, install new Tub Wheels.
10. Install both Upper Dishrack Slides ensuring that small holes are toward the back.
11. Install stops on the back end of Slides.
12 Install Upper Dishrackinto slides
13. Install front stops on slide
14. Pulled out Gasket
15. Install replaced Gasket

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Parts Used:
  • Tub Gasket - Gray
Level of Difficulty: Really Easy
Time to do repair: Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Customer: John from Hummelstown, PA

Dishwasher was leaking at the lower left side of the door.

Probably the easiest repair job that you could encounter. I removed the old gasket from the door frame. Cut the new gasket to length and pushed it into the door frame.

Water leak solved...

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18 of 22 people found this instruction helpful

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Level of Difficulty: Really Easy
Time to do repair: Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Customer: Richard from Spring Hill, FL

Found water leaking at bottom of door

1. Bottom door gasket removed very easy by grabbing left corning and pulling out. Starting with notch on right side, slide the hard plastic side up at a slight angle to catch the slot the gasket will seat in. Slowly moving toward the left, push gasket into seated position. Notch in gasket will make sure it is in correct position. Push gasket all the way in so that it is flush with bottom edge of door. Watch when first sliding gasket in, it has to g at a slight up angle or it will fall into an empty space.
2. Remove Tub gasket by gripping one side and pulling out. Replace in same fashion making sure the angled wedge of gasket is first part that lays flat in slot. Working from one side to the other, make sure the gasket seats completely. Trim excess if necessary.

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12 of 15 people found this instruction helpful

Parts Used:
Level of Difficulty: Easy
Time to do repair: 15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Customer: Gregory from Taunton, MA

Water leak around the door

Much easier than I expected. The bottom of the door gasket simply pulled out and the new one slid back into the same spot without any issues. That gasket did not solve the problem. The unit continued to leak. We waited for the back ordered door gasket approximately 2 week to come in. Once it came in the process took about 10 minutes. The old gasket easily pulled out of it's groove around the door. That gasket was dried out and worn in several places. We fitted the new gasket in the groove, trimmed off the excess, closed the door and ran the dishwasher and had no leaks. The two gaskets definitely did the trick. This is an easy DIY for anyone and the parts were priced right!!

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13 of 27 people found this instruction helpful

Parts Used:
Level of Difficulty: A Bit Difficult
Time to do repair: 30 - 60 mins
Tools: Nutdriver, Wrench (Adjustable)
Customer: Greg from Rockwall, TX

Replace sump gasket

#1 rule, make sure you valve off the water before removing any hoses. Remove wire trays inside dishwasher and then pull out dishwasher far enough to disconnect water line and power cord. Remove center piece and screen covering sump inside the dishwasher. Turn dishwasher on its side and remove hoses to sump and pump. Disconnect power to sump pump. Loosen retaining nuts that secure the sump and remove. Replace old gasket on sump with new. Turn dishwasher upright. Be careful with placement of new gasket when reinserting sump so that the gasket doesn't come out of position and the sump is centered properly. Secure with retaining nuts from bottom. Reconnect power connector and hoses to sump. Pour enough water into the dishwasher to verify gasket doesn't leak... look with flashlight under dishwasher for signs of water dripping from sump. Reinstall screen and centerpiece in sump inside the dishwasher. Reconnect water line and power cord. Run through wash cycle while monitoring for leaks under dishwasher. Reinstall wire trays.

Piece of cake as long as you get the gasket installed properly and the sump centered correctly... do not overtighten the retaining nuts or it may force the gasket out of position when the screen is secure with the center locking piece over the sump.

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6 of 8 people found this instruction helpful

Parts Used:
Level of Difficulty: Really Easy
Time to do repair: 30 - 60 mins
Tools: Pliers, Screw drivers
Customer: Mark from West Linn, OR

Installed springs, linkage, gasket, and bracket

Repair was easy. Unfortunately I really didn't need the springs or linkage, but I couldn't see that until I took the dishwasher out from the counter. The springs were not stiff enough to keep the door from just falling open. So I cut about an inch off the long end and bent it into a hook. I didn't need new linkages the old ones were fine. The gasket made the biggest difference and went in very easy. The door will be difficult to close for a few times then everything works great.

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5 of 6 people found this instruction helpful

Parts Used:
  • Tub Gasket - Gray
Level of Difficulty: Really Easy
Time to do repair: Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Customer: Raymond from San Jose, CA

Dishwasher leaked sometimes depending on how I loaded it.

If you are getting intermittent leaks especially when you put a pot lid up front, it’s probably just the door gasket. And this was the easiest project I’ve tackled as a homeowner since buying the place 20 years ago. I read the other stories and I think the suggestion I choose to follow is not the best thing to do. So, read passed where I cut the gasket. I used needle nose pliers to grab the bottom edge of the old gasket which then pulled out by hand with almost no effort. I used the old gasket to measure the new gasket as recommended in one of the other stories, and cut it. DON"T DO THIS. The gasket is very soft foam rubber. As you push it in (I just used my fingers), it will get longer as you push it in. I put it in the first time (took about a minute if that long) and even though I cut it to the same length as the old one, it was too long. Obviously I figured I did something wrong. So, I took it out and measured it again. Nope, same-same. So, I put in a second time, careful not to stretch it, and this time it was now too short. So, I recommend that you just establish the bottom edge 90 degree angle seat and try not to stretch it as you work your way around the seam. It should fit just find, maybe with a little adjustment back or forth, but without cutting it at all. By the way, the half inch I cut off at the recommendation of one of the other reviews did not ruin it. It works just fine. So you can cut it if you want I suppose. But that half inch I cut off was what I was short when I was carful not to stretch it.

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Parts Used:
  • Tub Gasket - Gray
Level of Difficulty: Really Easy
Time to do repair: Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Customer: Andre from La Mirada, CA

Leaking dishwasher

The old gasket was worn. I pulled out the old one, put in the new gasket. I trimmed the ends to fit and that was it.

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Parts Used:
  • Tub Gasket - Gray
Level of Difficulty: Really Easy
Time to do repair: Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Customer: Larry from Signal Mountain, TN

Leaking dishwasher door

For some strange reason my new dishwasher was installed without a door gasket, which caused a very small water leak. The gasket I purchased was installed in less than 5 minutes and corrected the problem immediately - a very easy task and I am no handyman!

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Parts Used:
  • Tub Gasket - Gray
Level of Difficulty: Really Easy
Time to do repair: Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Customer: Jim from Woodburn, OR

Dishwasher was leaking at the front, just below the door

I measured the length of the gasket, using the old one to measure the length. Cut it to that length and installed it. VERY SIMPLE TO DO! But it didn't stop my leak--turns out there was a small leak in the bottom of the tub that was easily fixed with some silicone. The dishwasher's like new now!

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7 of 15 people found this instruction helpful

Parts Used:
Level of Difficulty: Really Easy
Time to do repair: 30 - 60 mins
Tools: Pliers, Screw drivers
Customer: Ronald from Berwick, PA

Leak in hose, door leakage, weak door springs.

I received the parts 3 working days from order. They were in perfect condition and exactly like the originals.
Pulled dishwasher out from under counter. Removed door. Replaced drain hose. Replaced gasket. Replaced springs. Put door back on. Tried rinse cycle. Placed dishwasher back under counter. Works like new.

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3 of 4 people found this instruction helpful

Parts Used:
  • Tub Gasket - Gray
Level of Difficulty: Really Easy
Time to do repair: Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Customer: Everett from Bridgeton, NJ

Dishwasher was leaking out of door seal. Sent partselect the brand and model number of the dishwasher and they did the rest. The replacement part was exactly the same as the old part. Delivery was fast and efficient. Only took a few minutes to replace and the dishwasher is back in running condition

Pulled old gasket off with small hook. Replaced new gasket by pressing in with my fingers.

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Parts Used:
Level of Difficulty: Easy
Time to do repair: 1- 2 hours
Tools: Screw drivers, Wrench (Adjustable)
Customer: Emory from JENSEN BEACH, FL

The bottom door gasket and tube gasket were leaking. The rinse aid cap was broken.

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

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