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Leaking at each wash cycle

I have a whirlpool washer (frontload). It seems to be leaking at every wash cycle. The water leaks from the bottom. Is it worth fixing. The rubber inside lining must be ripped.

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This sounds like the door seal has split,,,there not very pricy but a pain to fit,,,so here go's,,,
open the door,,look at the door seal pull it off the back of the door and you should fine a spring wire holding it there,,,undo this wire,,,now fold the seal into the washer over the inner drum,,,,there you will find the inner wire,,undo that wire and pull the seal out the washer door,,,,
to fit the new seal,,,turn the seal inside out and push it through the hole in the door then fit the inner wire on the inner drum first,,,unfold the seal and pull it through the door,,,now fit the outer wire,,,,not put the kettel on,,have a cup of tea take the pain killers for the head ache you just got,,, and think about how much money you just saved ????
now was it realy worth the trouble,,,i wonder? am i good or what?

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