The gasket around the door gets a lot of mold and mildew on it .Should i replace the gasket (ap4439003) on it? In the start of the video it says if it leaks or torn. Mine only has the mold. What do I do?
Answer Rick, you can use a front load washer cleaner to help get rid of the mold/mildew build up, part number W10135699. Leave the door cracked open after use to help remove any moisture buildup inside. If that doesn't help you can replace the gasket, once replaced use front load washer cleaner at least every three months and leave the door open after use. Thanks.
My washer door gasket needs changed but I need help finding out what the part number is for my LG Washer Door Gasket. Please & Thank you.
Answer Stacy, the boot gasket with a hole is part number 4986ER0004F and without a hole is part number 4986ER0004B. You'll need to remove the existing gasket to verify which one your unit takes. Thanks.
I need to find the door boot seal for my wm2150hr.
Answer Andrew, you'll need to check the see if the boot gasket has a hole or not. If it does use part number 4986ER0004F and if it doesn't use part number 4986ER0004B. Thanks.
I need to replace the door gasket on this machine. When I look at the models numbers vs. door gaskets this model number does not show up. In fact if I type this number in I get parts for stoves. Need to know correct part before I order. Thanks, Dennis
Answer Dennis, your model would use either the gasket w/ hole part number 4986ER0004F or gasket w/o the hole part number 4986ER0004B. Due to manufacturer errors with the model parts lists and specs sheets you'll need to remove the existing gasket and determine which gasket is needed for your appliance. Thanks.