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White gasket has come out from somewhere in my dishwasher

The last two times I ran my dishwasher, the dishes didn't seem to be as dry as they normally get. The water is still just as hot, and it's running through all the cycles. Then this time as I unloaded my dishes, there is a white gasket about 8" in diameter that has come loose from somewhere inside my dishwasher. What is this part and how do I put it back where it goes?

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As for the gasket the only thing I can think of not knoweing size etc is that it more than likely goes under the salt dispenser lid. The dishes not drying (1)check the rinse aid it may be empty and (2) While you are checking the rinse aid level double check the salt levels aswell.

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