Forgot to ask one other thing. What is the length of the door gasket? Mine doesn't reach the bottom of its slot on either side of the tub, and there is some leaking under the door from one corner. Also the foam gasket doesn't seal well around the wires. Is it supposed to contain the water-or is it simply for sound deadening? Thanks again
Answer Hello Charles,
The foam gasket is not designed to seal water. Also the door seal is not designed to go across the bottom since the bottom of the door is designed to be the air inlet for the dry cycle. If water is jumping the air gap you need to check the spray arms for debris. You see, if the spray arm is partially clogged on one end, there will be more pressure escaping from the other end. As the spray arm spins, this inconstant pressure will put a "wave" in the water in the bottom of the tub. This will "slosh" the water over the air gap.
There a gasket on bottom of door it leaks. I put a new gasket around door. I felt under door and it is mushy thanks
There is a foam insulation that is at the bottom of the door that could be bad but you will also want to make sure that the spray arms are not clogged or damaged which would cause the arm to spray in an unnatural way and cause rippling of the water which would cause it to splash out.