How do you install the door seal?
Answer Hello Edwin. It installs on the bottom of the inner door panel. The old one slips off and the new one slides onto the lip. Sometimes it is easier to remove the inner panel to install this. Hope this helps.
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My dishwasher leaks at lower left corner when running. I have checked all the seals. If I push in on the door, while running leak stops. Just replaced latch. Seems new latch does not hold door shut at tight as old one. Is there adjustment? Striker OK. Puzzled. Have taken apart 3 times to check everything and I am baffeled...
Answer Hi. Remove the lower kick panel. Remove the lower rack and use a torpedo level for leveling. Front to back on the rack rail and side to side on the opened door /tub lower area. Look underneath and make sure all 4-legs sre sung touching the floor. If the tub is not first leveled the door seal will not work. If you decide that you have opened inner dishwasher cabinet opening then yopu may decide to lower the front legs a liitle morer( 1/2-half bubble) and this tilts the front up slightly so the inner door seals agaqinst the door seal part # 99003337. Open the door and feel the inner door raised ridge to see if there are nicks or gouges where the leak occurs. Look at the door seal as well for the same. Whipe the inner door seal area dry with a towel. Start the unit and let it run for a minute. SLOWELY open the door so you do not sling water out. Look at the inner door to see whewre the leak is and flings out the side. If there is no evidence then replace the inner door lower seal part # 99003045. Make sure all seal area's are clean so it can seal. The door hinge does not adjust. Thank You.
My dishwasher is approximately 3 years old, it has started dripping at the bottom of the pull down door [main door] this dripping is enough to wet the drawer beneath the dishwasher, and runs down the front of the drawer to the floor, which part or parts are most likely my problem. It only leaks when the dishwasher is running.
Answer Walt, A couple of easy checks to make first. Check the corner edge trims , and tub bottom trim, make sure they're in position. and the bottom door seal for damage or deterioration. check and make sure the door panel is not bowed or bent, with a straight edge in the seal contact area of the door, remove and check the lower spray arm for cracks in the seam or debris in the jet opening of the arm. Good Luck and Thanks