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How to fit new door gasket
Depends on which machine you have but essential it is all the same. There will be a ring on the outside of the seal( outside of the machine) take that off and fold the seal ove into itself. Or even fold it into the drum. Than you can reach the retainer ring on the outside of the drum. remove that one and replace in the opposit sequence.
Aint to hard but just a little annoying to do.
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
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after putting the seal on with the aid of washing up liquid put the spring on first by the door catch hold it on with one hand and isnert a screwdriver in the hole for the door catch this will enable you to hold the spring on if you put your knee against the screwdriver giving you two hands free to push the spring on
Posted on Sep 15, 2007
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The door boot seal is secured both inside and out side drums.....1st you remove securing ring on the case then the other on inner drum, if its a hotpoint model then remove front panel firstly,if not you should be able to do with mahine switched off/ unplugged and lid removed.. it can be a wee bit trickey.
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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If the oven won't heat to the desired temperature or heats unevenly, the problem could be a defective door gasket. The best way to test for this is to pass your hand around the door, being careful not to touch it, while the oven is turned on. If you can feel heat escaping, the gasket needs replacement. Replace it with a new gasket made for the range.
On most ovens, the gasket is located on the frame of the oven, and the door closes against it. This gasket is generally friction-fit in a channel and can be replaced. In other units, the oven door has two sections, and the gasket is not mounted on the door frame, but is installed between the front and back sections of the door. Don't try to replace this type of gasket; call a professional service person. Here's how to replace a frame-mounted gasket:
Step 1: Pull the old gasket out of the channel. On some oven door frames the gasket is held in place with screws. To get at the screws, bend back the exposed edge of the gasket.
Step 2: Clean the channel and the door frame with a solution of mild household detergent and water.
Step 3: To install the new gasket, start the replacement at the top of the door frame and work down the sides, easing the gasket around corners. Finish the installation along the bottom, butting the ends of the gasket firmly together.
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