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the front rubber is moulded to the front hub at the back rubber under the lip is a wire belt that needs to be loosened to release the back rubber making sure both fron and back of the rubber is sealed coretly when putting it back on
this is why we are paid to do the tricky stuff. Ok, remove the lid then open the door. look for the front pring loaded wire then remove. Pull front of seal off ridge then bend it back into the tub so it allows you to work easier. you will now see a second large ring holding the other end of the seat to the tub. remove it then pull the faulty seal out. Follow same proceedure putting it back. careful not to tear boot as it is silicon.
Is it ripped?If not great all you need is to put the boot back on then reattach the band tighten with i believe eitther a 7 milimeter or 1/4 socket then put the hose slot back on and then the front of the boot following the otther band
If your washer has a rubber seal around the inside of the door and it has a little opening where the detergent comes into the washer put your hand inside the rubber piece and feel all the way around and see if you feel any holes or cracks in it and that is where it will leak from.
Mold and bacteria in your door seal is a symptom of problems deeper inside the unit. All washers - not just Whirlpool, have this problem. The area of worst buildup is always on the inside of the plastic outer tub just above the normal waterline where suds and soiled water splash up and don't get rinsed out. To clean this problem area add 1 or 2 caps of smelly washer cleaner to a full load of laundry. The added bulk of the laundry will raise the water level to include the "splash area". Intermittently pause to soak more extreme cases.
Start with the spring at the bottom, work the retainer around until the seal starts to pull away from the washer. Now grip the loop that the spring attaches to on the side that isn't in place and open the retainer. Push the retainer in place and release the spring.