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Rubber seal underneath dish washer leaking

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Can I replace the rubber piece. It has a pin hole in it.

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You can replace the seal, but without the proper wrentch to set the seal properly, you'll have the same problem again.

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Yes you can replace it

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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