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HOW TO REPLACE THE DOOR SEALFOR awm1200
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hey Guys or Gals
The Whirlpool Duet Washer and why it Leak's. 1) Make sure the Boot(which is the black thing that hook's to your tub and your door) And the ring around it, is tight.Now this Ring,is a Metal Band that keeps the boot on the tub Tight .You can tighten it or loosen it..ifs its loose, then it will leak...Then, there's a Ring around the door as well, Both of these rings are hard to see..so make sure, your really looking good. Now what most people don't thing about is the Main Inlet Tube.On page 18 in the manual.on picture 3.5 it show this source of water that comes into the tub.,this Main Inlet Tube that connect to the Dispenser Assembly,will come loose and will Drip or at times Leak bad,To be able to understand where this is located. First 1) take of the top cover of the washer, 2) take off the front part that hold the door on.That means when you look at your Manual look to pages 31,32,33 and this will tell you how to take off the front of the washer,It's not that hard, to take off,just take your time..and have an extra pair of hands helping you, so it easier and faster.But once you get the front of the waster off,and yes that counts the Electronic display header,That's that button you push to run the washer,,it will pop off after you take a couple of screws out ,after you take the top of the was off..you see them. but back to the MAIN TUBE INLET, this will loosen and water will leak from this now when you replace the boot on this the tube will come loose when trying to put your ring around the boot,you cant tell that its loose becaue you cant see if after installing the boot,i know this dont make any since,but im sure it will if your start to tear it apart..and taking these steps to fix the leak. just make sure that you track the leak,to make sure that this is it...just make sure you take the steps to repair it ..if that means order a new piece then do it. But These Step Will Save you Lots of Time & Money if your Going to play someone to fix it...Here's the Link to the Manual,Just download it and go to the pages i put down ..Might have to copy and paste the address
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
SOURCE: Door seal replacement
1 Open filter cover and remove screw,slide plastic to right and remove.
2 Remove 2 screws from door hinge,lift and remove door.
3 Remove spring tensioned wire from groove in rubber door seal and ease rubber off front cover
4 Remove soap dispenser and remove the screw this reveals.
5 Remove 2 screws from bottom of front cover.Push cover upwards and remove.
6 Place to one side being careful not to damage wires to door switch.
7 Remove spring holding rubber to drum and ease off rubber door seal
8 Replacement is a reverse of the above
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
you must remove the large front panel. if you can manage that the rest will become clear to you. dont forget to unscrew the door lock before befor removing the front panel. you will find three screws at the bottom of the front panel under the kick panel, remove them and the front panel will come off.
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
The following link gives you step-by-step instructions on how to replace the bellow:
I hope this helps you. Let me know if you have questions or require additional assistance.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
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