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Call 1-800-446-1071 and give them your mode, and serial number off the back of the grill and they will either send you a new pin to switch out or you can buy a new door from them. Unfortunately with some models the doors are sealed and you can't switch out the pins.
You can use wood stove gasket adhesive to reattach it. Or better yet, replace the whole thing, with wood stove rope gasket material. If you opt to do the latter, take a small 6" piece with you, when you go shopping for the rope gasket, as it's not one size fits all.Most hardware stores like Ace & true Value stock the wood stove rope gaskets. You will need to know the overall length that you need.
You can use wood stove rope gasket material, that you can find at most home centers or hardware stores. It will probably seal better than what fell off. You'll also need the adhesive. Take a piece of the old gasket with you for comparison in width and thickness.
The door of every dishwasher has a compressive rubber seal. When you close the door, it compresses to prevent the water lealking out. Yours has perished and a split is allowing the water to leak out. You just need to write down the model and serial number (for good measure) and contact the makers parts supplier. Buy the new seal and install. If you are not confident to try this yourself, a repairman can be booked to do it for you, but it's not difficult, the seal slides into a guide track (at the top internal centre of the door) - the track continues down to the base of the door, across the base, up the other side and when installing, you simply inch it into the guide around the door perimeter until it joins again at the top. A bit like putting a belt through belt loops...
level frig / may be leaning forward/ ck door seal that are clean and use a silcone lube on the hnge side to help close . there is cams under door's ( a part of door hinge that fail . if its older replace them .. mm