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Kitchen aid dishwasher door

My seal came off my door. What glue do I use to reapply?

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  • Jeaniebaba Dec 01, 2007

    How can I see how to properly glue down my seal on the Kitchen aid dishwasher, so door will close securely?

  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2008

    New Gasket keeps falling out when replacing old gasket. I used white latex caulking with out results.

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Use white silicone. It doesn't show up against the tub and it is easy to clean off if you ever have to replace the seal. That is what Whirlpool sends to glue them in place. You can get a small tube at any hardware store or wal-mart.
Thanks/Mike

Posted on Nov 30, 2007

  • Anonymous Dec 01, 2007

    I don't know of any instuctions that I can direct you to with pictures. I just run a bead into the channel for the seal, then put the seal into the channel. When you close the door it will set the seal into the groove and seal. It is good to leave the door closed for a few hours to allow the glue to cure.

    Thanks/Mike

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