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Lg WD8013f frnt load washer seal broken

I have taken off the old seal on washer but cannot get the new one to stay on so that i can put the cable and spring bk on to hold in place; can u pls help kelly Hi I have a LG WD1049C which is leaking huge amounts of water from the front door. The entire door doesnt seem to be fitting properly to the washer. I'm having floods!! The seal is intact the washer is only 14months old. Any suggestions??

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Hi this is joyce
I hate to tell you this but I work selling appliances and my advice is to call a technician for this type problem, you dont want any leaks of any kind. get a exspert to do it. it is very complacated to do.
if you need me to help you find a technician in your area I will be glad to help.
thanks,
Joyce

Posted on Feb 07, 2009

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