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Rubber seal spring has let go

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I have a Frigidaire front end loader washer that was banging out of control during spin cycle, I noticed the seal seemed to have slipped off the drum and the spring holding the seal had come out of the seal groove. I noticed a buildup of soap residue on the seal which could have caused this to happen, lubricating the seal and causing it to slip off. Question is how do I put the spring back over the seal on the drum? I have cleaned off the residue.

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U are going to have to replace the seal, the spring is build into the seal and if it comes out the seal is shot.

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