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Re: Having trouble putting door together
Whenyou took the door apart did you take note of how so you can reverse the proceedure Sorry it is difficult to explane in words on how to put a door together all I can say is try placeing the panels from the top down and bottom up then if anything works put in all the screws halfway then after all the screws are in then tighten them as evenly as possible
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I had the same problem, but mine leaked every time. I have a kenmore ultra wash dishwasher no. 665.15762. I took the bottom rotating sprayer off and found that the plastic piece under the sprayer had a few loose screws and the rubber gasket, under that piece, had blown out at the corner facing the overfill protection float. I took out all the screws and re-mounted the gasket in place and put all the screws back and tightened them. It solved the problem. I hope that this helps others.
If water leaks through the dishwasher door, the gasket is probably faulty. Open the door and examine the gasket. It should be soft and resilient. If it's worn, cracked, or hard, it should be replaced. Once the gasket is in place, check it for fit against the door frame. It should fit tightly with no cracks or bulges between the gasket and the frame. If necessary, tighten or loosen the retaining screws, or refit the gasket in the clips or the door channel. Then run the machine through a washing sequence and check for leaks.
If you spot a leak, and the gasket seems to be properly in place, try adjusting the door latch. The trick is to position the gasket against the frame of the door without flattening the gasket or squeezing it too flat when the door is latched properly. Adjust the latch or the gasket until it fits snugly against the door frame.
Hello Folks. Just spent the last 45 mins on my back under the SHU 9950's door, with a kettle of (cold!) water sitting just above the soap dispenser - the door will spring back up with the front removed. Basically there are three "components" to the shim: the flat side, the short comb side and the longer comb side. The way that worked for me was, with the door elevated about 20 degrees, I slotted in the top five flanges, having already placed the shim in the middle of the insulation cutout area on the door-front, flat side against the door, long comb closest to the door-front's side. You should push the short comb flush up against the insulation, so that the shim will be clear of the two door pieces when you fit them together. The shims seem to serve 2 purposes: preventing the door from torqueing as well as allowing the door to open perpendicular to the unit. Good luck!
It sounds like a real problem here. If the springs are still in one piece, my best guess is to to remove the springs from the door. Then attach the springs to the dishwasher body first, then reattach the spring to the door. Not an easy job, good luck. If you have further problems check with www.repairclinic.com, as the repairguru there may be of more help.