Front loading washers have a door seal which is also known as a washer gasket or a door boot. When the gasket is worn out or damaged, your washer might be leaking water. Our customer needed the washer gasket to be replaced and called us.
When replacing the gasket you need to get to the place where it sits. In most cases you need to deattach the door. The gasket is always comes with a spring that prevent it from falling off. Locate the spring and take it out. Don't forget to put the spring back, make sure the spring is tight enough and won't let the gasket move freely.
In our case the washer seal (gasket) was damaged and caused the leakage. Don't use the sharp tools like screwdrier while installing the new seal. Sharp objects may damage the gasket.
Once replaced, the new gasket will hold the water and prevent your washer from leaking.
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