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Old 04-01-2008, 10:52 AM   #1
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Has anyone changed the door gasket on a Frigidare dish washer?

If so can a do it your selfer do it?
I have done the pump and other appliance repair in my time?

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Hi,

Which Frigidaire d/w?
Model#?

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I just ordered a new door gasket for my Kitchen Aid. I found lots of info online about doing it. Seems pretty DIY to me.
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Hi,

Which Frigidaire d/w?
Model#?

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Hello Jeff
Frigidare d/ washer mod. FDB87GCT0
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FDB87GCT0
Closest that would work for me....FDB878GCT0

Not a bad gasket to replace, should be clipped into place with a metal rod...this is a DIY job, all done from the front.


Gasket - FDB878GCT0

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Hi Jeff
Found the gasket here in town is this a snap out, snap in ?
I looked it over hummm?
I did find my leak is caused by the float was dirty allowing excessive water height.
I cleaned and this stopped the leaking. I would like to try and change this gasket.
It looks like the rubber has hardened and has a few ugly spots warren through.
I try and maintain a clean dish washer with "Tang" does a real good job.
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It looks like the rubber has hardened and has a few ugly spots warren through.
Common!

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I try and maintain a clean dish washer with "Tang" does a real good job
It does, imagine what happens to our stomachs!??!

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I did find my leak is caused by the float was dirty allowing excessive water height
Good catch

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Here's how I installed my new dishwasher gasket: http://picasaweb.google.com/lfwade/DIY . Yeah! no more leaking water.

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