Question about Dishwashers
If the bottom seal is definitely worn then it is quite a simple job.The seal is just pushed into a groove at the bottom of the door,as you pull the old one out be very careful as the edge of the groove is like a knife edge,the new seal will push in gently starting from one end and keep pushing into the groove try not to stretch the seal in length.Another thing to check first is check the bottom spray arm for splits on the edges as this could be directing the water onto the door,if there are splits then the arm will need replacing.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 27, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks for the prompt response. Have checked the spray arm, it is intact and the door seal appears to be aswell. Reluctantly i will have to call an engineer."
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