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Indesit D4000 Dishwasher seal

Hi, Obtained a new door seal for above and Indesit have changed the design slightly so not sure how to fit correctly as I can't copy exisiting seal. I have tried to get a diagram showing correct fitting without success. Can you help?

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You will find the door seal has some shape to it at the two corners,if not fit the seal from one of the bottom corners first with about 3-5millimeters passed the frame that the seal fits into,then push in all the way round to the other end,the seal has a flap type shape on it which should be fitted with the open end apearance of the seal (flap)pointing towards the door

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