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How do I replace the rubber door seal on my beko wmb71642w?

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The easiest way to replace door seals on machines ( which sometimes can take three hands) is to remove the front of the machine. To do this on a beko
Power off
Remove kickboard
You will find three screws for the front cover
Take off lid and remove soapbox
There will be screws in the soapbox remove these
You have to move the top front panel which if I remember well has 2 screws on top and about 5 clips which can take a little coaxing
Now you can remove the last of the screws for the front of the machine
Take metal band of the door seal and peel off door seal
Front panel should come off now by pulling down on it to release it from the slide clips
That done put front to the side being careful with the wires of the interlock
And away you go

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