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How to replace a rubber,between the drum and the door

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If you are not an engineer i would advise you to get one to replace the door seal.

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I recently repaired a door rubber with a tear that caused the water to flood onto the floor. Here's how:
Yes, you can open the front to get to the door rubber however the rubber seal is glued to both the door and the inner drum lip.
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The scum you refer to is actually bacteria that is bulding up on the door seal.

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