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I have a GE TriClean model GSD5311JooWW, most of the time it is working fine but sometimes it leaks from the buttom of door. We had 3 technicians that came in to inspect and did not solve the problem. It has been doing this since it is new. I noticed lately that the rubber that seals the door is missing 3 inches at the buttom of the door, It looks like it came out of factory as is... Is it normal??? Michel

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** First, unplug the unit from the wall**

Remove the lower panel if you haven't already. Inspect the rubber seal/boot/bellows you spoke of. You'll likely find a tear in it somewhere, or a hole. Short of repairing it with a rubber tire/tube patch kit, it'll need to be replaced. I've seen many do-it-yourself-ers have success with the repair kits or some other epoxy/adhesive type fix.

(Be careful you don't want something that's going to come of during use and damage your clothing)

hope that helps, Good Luck

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