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How do you remove the rubber seal in a front load

How do you remove and replace the rubber seal in a front load lg washer

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There is a spring band on thr fromt lip of the seal and the seal closest to the tub.To remive use a flat slim tool to lightly pry up on the band and it till pop off.Same with the inner band.

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