Bosch Washing Machine Door Seal for WFO2867GB/01

Stock Number: ES478741

Manufactured by Bosch

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (151 customer reviews)

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This part is compatible with Bosch WFO2867GB/01 Washing Machines

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Description

Keep the water inside your washing machine with this brand new, replacement door seal.

This is a genuine part and can be used in select Bosch, Neff and Siemens washing machines.

As with all spare parts please check the list of appliances prior to ordering to ensure that this is the correct door seal for your washing machine.

How to replace a washing machine door seal - Bosch

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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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (151 customer reviews)
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  • Quality spares a good buy.

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    By - Blackpool

    High quality spare part (door seal) for my Bosch washing machine did the trick. Well packaged and a speedy delivery. The video showing the fitting procedure was invaluable,and made the installation almost easy!.Can't thank you enough, a very professional company.....
  • Straitforward job, good part

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    By - Prestonpans

    The seal is a very good match for the original, and so far has been holding fast and doing its job well. The only minor flaw (and this is nit-picking) is that it does not have the little gully at the bottom that takes water away from the door that the original has, so a few drops of water might escape when you open the door, but we can live with that. The instructions up on you tube that espares recorded are spot on, and the job of replacing the seal is as straight forward as they make it out to be, provided you have access to the right tools and remember what order you took the screws out in.....
    • Response by Chris on 06 Mar 2014 eSpares Staff

      This seal has almost certainly got the drain holes in but these may have been rotated when fitting and now be in the wrong position. Remember when fitting to look for these holes and locate them at the bottom of the door.
  • Proper Job - Siemens Washing Machine Door Seal

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    By - Suffolk

    Ordered easily on-line and delivered as expected. I watched the video a couple of times to make sure I was confident in what I doing. All was fine until trying to refit the spring retainers. The one on the main drum was awkward at first but the judicious use of a teenager to stop the spring pinging out while I pulled it round into the groove worked a treat. Fitting the seal to the front panel was a different story - my tip is start at the door hinge and work round as the gap by the hinge is very narrow. The spring retainer is also very tight and I found that after several failed attempts the way shown on the video didn't work for me. The original position of the spring on the retainer was at about 7 O'clock by the door hinge but that gap was too narrow for my stumpy fingers to get in so I tried working from the top down with the spring landing up at about 4 O'clock and bingo it worked. From start to finish it took me about 45 minutes - it is pretty simple to do just persevere with the retainers they will go on eventually

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  • Q do the three holes go at the bottom? 3 Answers

    By minty - 29 November 2008

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      Yes, they are the drain holes and need to be at the bottom.

      By Anonymous - N. Ireland - 27 May 2010

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      Yes. They are the drain holes to stop water collecting in the door seal.

      By sdowling1 - Broadstairs - 19 May 2010

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      Hi Minty The three holes on the seal face towards the front of the washing machine when it has been fitted.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 02 December 2008

  • Q bosh washing machine not working 2 Answers

    It has been making a funny noise for 3 days. today it started to leak from the front door. I tried to set it to spin but no joy just a strange noise. I noticed while loading it that the rubber is slightly damaged could this be the problem?

    By Pilly - Milton Keynes - 17 February 2010

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      Sorry we cannot give out technical advice. Please contact an engineer for assistance.

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 10 June 2010

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      Sounds like you need a new door seal and new brushes on your motor.

      By Anonymous - N. Ireland - 27 May 2010

  • Q Does this fit the WFL2062ME? I can't find this model in any of the lists but this is the nearest. 1 Answer

    By Anne - Macclesfield - 04 August 2012

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      PHONE E SPARES THE TECH GUYS THERE ARE GREAT

      By Anonymous - BRISTOL - 18 September 2012

  • Q Which seal do I need? 1 Answer

    We have a Bosch Classixx 1000, but do not know the number for the machine - can you tell me which door seal I need? Thanks.

    By DWB1 - Cornwall - 03 May 2009

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      Hi Dwb1, I'm afraid I can't find you the right seal without your machine's model number! It should be printed somewhere; check this page for help locating it: http://www.espares.co.uk/findingmodelnumbers.aspx#a7

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 14 July 2009

  • Q right door seal code 1 Answer

    hi i need a door seal/rubber for bosch wae24162uk/08 do you have one in stock, and how much will it cost. i see u have a similar code but it is not /08

    By dacci - romford - 17 February 2009

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      Hi Dacci, this seal is the one that will fit your machine.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 25 March 2009