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Admiral Ultimal AL46000 wasn't spinning and when the back was removed the motor's rubber seal was twisted and was removed.Now what to do?

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SOURCE: rubber seal removal

There is a spring at the bottom center of the door gasket. Stretch that out and a wire will come off from around the gasket you can then pull the gasket off and reach in. Be sure you get the gasket back on all the way and the wire right or it will leak. Good luck.

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

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SOURCE: Front Load Washer Seal

you will have to take off the front off washer to put it back correctly.

remove the top panel 3 screws in top rear
remove the bottom panel 3 screw in bottom front
remove the top led control panel 3 screw or more along front lip
if you disconnect any wiring mark it well .
now the front of washer can be removed with or without the door (your choice)
careful with the door lock wiring.
be sure to unplug the washer.
while you are in the innards its a good time to wipe around the drum any buildup of soap etc..
and to clean the filter trap in the bottom access tube below drum.

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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SOURCE: Rubber seal on Frigidaire twisted during wash.

The only way to realign this is toremove the sping under the lip at the door portion of the seal,this is a tough one youll need a third and forth hand.

Posted on Mar 15, 2009

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SOURCE: Removal of rubber seal

I take off the top cover unplug machine 1st ..Safety...Then take offretaining ring on inner drum /also ring on outer drum remove boot seal..Check utube video, explains in good detail...

Posted on Oct 07, 2009

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SOURCE: knocking sound, violent spin cycle led to not

my problem to just 3 days ago from yours! bearings are out, $600 getting a new one.

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