I replaced the door seal and the tub gasket because of water leaking from the bottom of the door. The door continued to leak from the middle of the door. The seal only fits into the door slot one way, and it was properly seated. So I called a repairman. He was here 2 minutes. The seal is not meant to "seal" the door water tight, just hold off water that accumulates in the bottom of the tub if the float doesn't work. In our case, the sprayer arm had a hole in it and the water was spraying directly at the door. I replaced the sprayer arm and no more leaks. Hopefully this helps someone else get an answer without the added cost of the repairman.
ANSWER Hello Kim. Great information. Always check your spray arms for crack or hole if you have a leak before replacing any seals 154576501. Glad you got it fixed. Thank you.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Monday, February 13, 2012