Torn door boot gasket on LG clothes washer
George M. • Franklinton, LA • April 06, 2014
My Repair & Advice
Unplugged washer, removed soap tray, removed the top by unscrewing screws, removed the front. Removed the boot drain tube. Used two screwdrivers to remove the boot retaining clamps. Removed the old boot and replaced it with the new one. Placed the retaining clamps, by using the screwdrivers. Attached the drain tube, assembled the front, the top, placed the soap tray back. Plugged washer and did a test run to ensure proper replacement of parts. Works Great!!
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