Water flow to the floor through front panel seal. Also the seal have to be set to the right place after wash.
Is the rubber seal just end of the life, machine is about 10 years old.
Is it easy to replace the seal or is it needed expert to do it.
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Not comming from the speaker! Make sure that the rubber door trim aound the door is intact and not damaged. Additionally, check the rubber seal on the outside of the window where it retracts into the door. These are the only 2 ways that water can enter through the passenger door.
I had the same problem on my 98 Century. Turned out when I had my oil changed, they dislodged a rubber "gasket" ( a foot long piece of rubber ) mounted on the firewall seam right in front of the passenger compartment air filter box under the passenger side windsheld wiper. It diverts water from the windshield so it doesn't flow into the fan blower box and onto the floor. It's a crappy design. If it's not in place all the water runs into the car. I had two inches of water on the floor, had to pull up and wring out the soundproofing, hit it with a hair dryer ( took two days to dry ), same for the rug. Put some silicone in the slot on the bottom of the rubber piece and set it on the firewall seam. You should see where it was originally. Good luck.
Disconnect the washing machine from the mains supply
The door seal is held in place on the door frame by a thin metal clamp band. This band is held in place at the top of the door seal with two plastic halves that clip together. To remove, insert a flat bladed screwdriver between the two halves and gently lever or prize them apart and then unpeel the door seal from the door frame
Remove the soap dispenser drawer
Remove the timer knob and control panel
Undo the 3 screws that were behind the control panel and the 3 screws at the base of the front panel under the door
Remove and carefully place the front panel to one side
The pressure chamber bottle is attached to the bottom of the tub at the end of the small rubber tubing coming from the door interlock. Remove it and thoroughly clean it out, paying attention to the small hole where the rubber tubing is attached
Warning: The pressure system is how the washing machine controls the water levels. Disturbing it can cause water leaks, or even overfilling and flooding if the job isn't done properly.
Hello there: If your dishwasher leaks, check these:Main tub sealNote...
If the main motor of your dishwasher is mounted vertically, beneath the
center bottom of the dishwasher, the following instructions probably
apply to you. But if your motor is mounted horizontally, the pump isn't
serviceable--you need to replace the entire pump and motor assembly.Lower rackSpray armSpray arm support Wash/drain impellersThen pry the seal out of its housing and replace it.Door gasket or sealOver
time, door gaskets and seals harden and lose their ability to seal
properly. You can't repair the seals. You need to replace them if
they've begun to leak. Water-inlet valveThe
water-inlet valve, itself, seldom leaks. But, the water-supply line
from the house and the rubber tube leading from the valve to the inside
of the dishwasher may leak. Tighten or repair/replace these as
water-inlet valve could mechanically stick open. When that happens, the
water continues to flow into the dishwasher, which then floods your
kitchen. Turn off the water supply to the dishwasher, and replace the
the lower access panel on your dishwasher are several rubber or plastic
hoses. If the leak appears at a connection, try a new clamp. If that
doesn't work, replace the hose.
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•Disconect the washing machine from the mains supply •The door seal is held in place on the door frame by a thin metal clamp band. This band is held in place at the top of the door seal with two plastic halves that clip together. To remove, insert a flat bladed screwdriver between the two halves and gently lever or prize them apart and then unpeel the door seal from the door frame •Remove the soap dispenser drawer •Remove the timer knob and control panel •Undo the 3 scews that were behind the control panel and the 3 screws at the base of the front panel under the door •Remove and carefully place the front panel to one side •The pressure chamber bottle is attatched to the bottom of the tub at the end of the small rubber tubing coming from the door interlock. Remove it and thoroughly clean it out, paying attention to the small hole where the rubber tubing is attached.
The pressure system is how the washing machine controls the water levels. Disturbing it can cause water leaks, or even overfilling and flooding if the job isn't done properly.
You asked: Your, AEG 6200 Digitronic washing machine is leaking from the front door seal down the front and onto the floor. Is this a common problem and can it be fixed? - for example by replacing the opening rubber seal?
Yes I believe that replacing the rubber seal is usually the answer.
How old is the unit? And is the washer working well other wise? Is it draining and not smelling like mold in side? Some times in an old machine the pump does not completely dran out and it could smell like moldy water! Then if it's aged. I would consider not fixing both of these to problems in a washer 10 years or older not to put good money in to bad! But if the leak is the only problem, go for the seal! Happy to of assisted and made a different s in your life! Bless you, Huuum
Please give me a good rating for my sound advice before you sigan off. Thank You huuum
remove the top of the dryer, the bottom assess plate the console the frount panel the fbric despenser dwawer, unbolt the door latch best to remove the door from the frount panel pull arround on the lip of the seal the part that is holding it to the frount panel
once the frount of the seal is loose from the frount panel remove the frount panel and set aside
remove the spray tube from the rubber seal center top of seal
remove rear clamp
reinstall in reverse