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Replacing the Gasket on the Dishwasher

After ten years of faithful service, our Hotpoint dishwasher is telling us that it needs servicing. We had a leak a couple of weeks ago that prompted us to clean all the debris traps in it. We thought performing that PM corrected this leaking issue but it didn't. While we don't get the amount of leakage that we did with the clogged traps, we are still getting enough that we had to put a towel down to absorb it. I got the proper part to replace it but, there are no instructions or a diagram to assist us in installation. I still have my owner's manual but, it also doesn't contain any schematics or instructions on replacing worn parts. I would be grateful if you could assist us with this problem

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My husband did not look thru the packaging that the gasket was sent in well enough. When a diagram or schematic did not seem to be forthcoming from the Internet and the manufacturer's website, that'prompted my husband to look thru the packaging more thoroughly.

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