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If your LG washer is a front loading machine, the bellow or gasket may need to be replaced. this is a common problem with front loaders as the bellow can be pierced by anything that may be in or even on your clothes. I would visually inspect every inch of the front bellow to see if there is a TEAR or PIN HOLE. this can be hard to detect sometimes but can save you alot of grief. hope this helps
If it is apparently just too tight to go back on, then a good place to start is petroleum jelly (vaseline) on the drum where you are trying to fit the gasket to help ease it on. The other possible solition is to remove the gasket completely, soak ot in very hot water for a few minutes and then try to fit the difficul part of the gasket you are struggling with first, then fiot the other end
We found there is three small holes on the seal right inside the door, check to see if they are clogged with soap scum and clean them out. Run a cycle of hot water and bleach. Then, after each use, leave the door open and let it air dry and this has seem to work.