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The seal around the door become intangled with the clother in the washer and ripped it off. There is a circular spring that i assume was holding the seal on. Could you tell how to put the seal and the spring back on.

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Here is the complete repair manual for the Duet washer. Look on page 4-4 for information on the seal.

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