Washing Machine Door Seal

Stock Number: ES1020490

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Keep your washing machine working like the day you bought it by replacing that broken door gasket. This is a spare part for select Creda, Electra, English Electrix, Gala, General Electric, Gorenje, Hotpoint & Jackson washing machines.

This is Washing Machine spares reference: HP1804

How to replace a washing machine door seal

This video should help with fitting this part. However, the exact layout and fitting technique may differ for your make and model.

Be safe - always unplug any appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out any work on it.
If you are in any doubt contact a qualified repairer.

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    By - East Sussex

    Quick to fit, as I watched the video. Usual quick reliable delivery. Thank you.
  • First time I've done anything like this !

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    By - Gateshead

    Product was as described and easy to fit thanks to the helpful 'how to do it' video on the shopping site. The 2 little holes at the bottom had to be perforated properly but no other problems ........and no leaks !!
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    After 3 weeks of waiting for the estate agent to fix the washing machine as promised when I moved into my flat, I thought I'd have a go myself. Although the model is now obsolete, I found a compatible part on espares. The price and the video on how to replace the door seal encouraged me to get the part and within 24 hours it was delivered and on my washing machine (and I'm not usually the most confident or competent DIY-er). Ran a rinse first to test it and water leaked out the front. Double checked everything against video and seemed fine. Thought it might instead be due to the drainage holes in the seal, which were only perforated on the non-visible side, unlike on the original part. Pierced them right through then ran a full wash cycle. Leaked again. Noticed the seal wasn't fully flush with the door at the bottom so tried flattening the rubber a bit and checked the door was properly on. Seems to have worked as ran another full load and not a drop of water came out. Thank you espares!

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