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Whirlpool Duet We can not get the new door seal to stay put...it keeps coming off.

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My whirlpool duet sport washer is leaking in the front underneath, not from the door. Does not do it when it drains. What do I do?


Hello Casey,
Its possible that the washer could be leaking from the door seal yet ya don't see it coming from the door. The way to check if its the door seal remove the lower panel and see if the concrete counterweight that's on the front of the drum...if ya see water dripping from that counterweight,its from the door seal.
If the door seal is not leaking ya would need to look at the pump and hoses on the tub while it was in wash mode to see whats leaking.

GENE

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Whirlpool Front Loading Duet Washing Machine Plastic at drum front shredding


i think your talking about the rubber door seal????
you can change this yourself,,,under the seal on the case is a wire spring unhook it and the door seal will fold inside the washer,,,on the inner drum you will find the other wire spring undo this as well and pull the old door seal out through the hole in the door,,,the new seal is fitted to the iner drun first so you need to turn the new seal inside out to fit it,,,push the seal into the washer and fit the inner wire first then unfold the seal and fit it over the outer door so you can fit the wire spring,,,
easy after you have fitted a fuw 100?

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What do I do when the big spring that is seemingly behind the rubber bladder of the the door opeing keeps popping out on my Whirlpool washer Duet?


that spring is for the door water seal if it "pops" off when you have a load of washing being washed you will flood your kitchen floor with water,,,fit a new door seal and a new spring fast!

Jun 29, 2010 | Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer

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My Whirlpool duet washer lights flash/beep


probably your door then, look at the door itself, at the latch is it broken? should form a complete square hole with four sides. if broken some part is probably inside lock asm. if complete, look at lock and determine if its in the lock position with door open, a arm will be up preventing the latch from going in. replace as necessary. Old duets (red lights) use standard lock asm same as GE and samsung. New duets (green lights) use whirlpool/new maytag unique asm. New locks come in two interchageable models, German (made in china) and Mexican, Mexican model is more troublesome, get german.
If lights flash during a cycle or other time, its giving a code, note the F code displayed

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Water leak at door


Check carefully for a small tear in the boot or it came loose from the frame.
Eric

Jun 20, 2009 | Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer

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My front load washer keeps leaking from the door im only using alittle soap and its new any suggestions the repair man just keeps saying im using to much soap but im using under the recommended amount


look at the door seal, are the seal look exactly the same all around? if not, have the repairman change the door seal. if it is, use the method all car salesman use. (old time). put a dollar bill against the door and close it. now try to pull the dollar bill out. you should not be able to remove the dollar bill. if you can then the door is whopped. may have to change the door.

Apr 27, 2009 | Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer

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Duet 6hw9150p leaks when i put a full load


Is the door seal dirty?
A dirty door seal can cause a leak. Remove and clean any dirt or deposits around the inner door seal with a damp cloth. The door glass seals against the rubber seal; dirt or deposits can prevent a proper seal and cause leaks.

Nov 15, 2008 | Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer

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Water leak at door but seems to come from door itself.


no seal in outer door, but that's what you need outer door frame about 300.00 , labor 152.00 buy service smart agreement from sears it will cover parts put to 500.00 it will fix it "less soap plz"

Nov 05, 2008 | Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer

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Whirlpool door pin location


No, unfortunately the door latch assy. comes as a complete unit. Part# 8182634. This # is for the entire door latch mechanism, not just the pin and lists for ~$45.00. Easy repair... open the door. At the 6 o'clock position of the door seal, begin removing the seal clamp with a small screwdriver by inserting it between the spring and the seal. Then peel the seal back (at the 3 o'clock position) to gain access to the latch assy. Remove the 3 screws holding the latch in place and pull gently out. Remove the wire harness. Install the new latch and rebuild. (make sure you position the seal clamp the same way it came off... the spring at the 6 o'clock position.) Install time= ~15 minutes. Job done! and well worth the 50 bucks!

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