Question about Frigidaire GLTF1670A Front Load Washer
The rubber boot at the door of my front load washer has come loose. When I tried to push it back on the seal it came off more. I think I have to remove front of washer to place boot back on to unit. Give me answers? Thanks
Hitchhiker, you don't have to remove the front of the washer. The original boot was glued in areas around the door. They came out with a new design because of water leakage on the bottom. The new kit, part number 5303937187 comes with a spring that holds it on to the panel. You can do one or two things, if you don't have the leaking problem, glue the boot back on. Or you can order the new kit, it comes with instructions and replace the whole boot. Check it out, it might be covered under service flash #26-758BR. In any event this job can be done by leaning the washer back against the wall to make room between the tub and front panel. You are going to need an assist, it's better with 2 people. Catriver...post back.
Posted on Aug 10, 2006
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