Washing Machine Door Seal

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Washing Machine Door Seal

If you are noticing that there is water coming from the door of your washing machine during or after the wash cycle, it could be due to a faulty door seal. With this replacement door seal from eSpares, you can get back to having the confidence that when you put the washing on, you will not end up with a flooded floor!

With help from eSpares, and our compatible door seal, you will soon have a fully working washing machine again - so you can get through the laundry that has piled up!

Spare part for select models of Hotpoint, Indesit, and Scholtes washing machines.

Please check the list of suitable models to ensure that this is the correct part for your appliance.

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 - Bedfordshire

    E-spares is simple to use, simply entered my model number of my washing machine and the part required and found it straight away.... Ordered the part which was delivered within the timescales set out and replaced it the evening it arrived which pleased my wife as washing was starting to build up. They even show you a video on how to replace the part!!!!
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    By - CYMRU

    Although the fitting of the seal doesn't quite match up to the video as regards fitting of the seal an extra pair of hands came in handy. Machine back in service and looking a lot better.
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    By - North of England

    Your vidio for fitting a door seal shows that the front panel can be removed. My machine had a welded front panel that couldn't be removed. Can you add another vidio that would help for welded machines?

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  • Q Does this door seal have a drain hole 2 Answers

    By Iain011 - 16 January 2010

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      There are two small drain holes, to prevent sitting water in the rubber ring. If you position, the moulded rubber part at the top, then the drain holes will be at the bottom, where they are supposed to be

      By Martyn79 - Castleford - 21 September 2010

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      By oscar2007 - Wakefield West Yorkshire - 25 January 2010

  • Q Welded front panel on hot point wmpf762 1 Answer

    Watched your video to change rubber seal but cannot get front panel off as is welded not screwed. Can you help please

    By Michele - Surrey - 05 February 2016

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      For information on your repair on a similar machine see our video:How to replace an Indesit washing machine door seal: www.espares.co.uk/advice/7/2305/

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 05 February 2016

  • Q Door Seal replacement for INTEGRATED machine 1 Answer

    I have an Integrated Indesit Washing Machine. It would be really hard to take the machine out of the kitchen unit to remove any top or front -can I replace the seal by just removing the door? Also- do I need to also buy the circular fixings or can I reuse the old ones?

    By Jacqueline - Kent - 29 May 2015

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      For information on this type of repair see our video: How to replace an Indesit washing machine door seal. http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/7/2305

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 01 June 2015

  • Q Same Question as oddjob in May 2011 - this seal is identified as fitting my machine 1 Answer

    but the old seal does not have the rubber protrusion shown on the inner edge of the picture of this seal on the website. Did Oddjob have any problems after fitting the seal. the back face of the old seal is flat whereas the new one is ribbed.

    By steve - Leicestershire - 25 March 2014

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      As long as the seal fits and the drain holes are in the correct place then the extra protrusion is not a problem. Manufacturers will sometimes change a part in production and this lip is designed to help washing to keep away from the drum edge and nost rub the seal on spin.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 26 March 2014

  • Q washing machine door seal 1 Answer

    if the front of the washing machine is welded how can you fix the door seal to the drum,

    By pete - suffolk - 11 June 2012

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      Hi Pete, I know you probably didn't mean it the way said it, but the seal doesn't actually fit to the drum, it fits to the static part of the washer just in front of the rotating drum. First you need to remove the top of your washer and carefully remove what you can from the top of the inside such as the water feed to the deturgent tray, cross strangtheners etc. I found it best to take a few photos with your phone to remind yourself where it all goes back. You should be able to remove the control panel from the top of the front panel, there will probably be a couple of wires still attached but they are long enough to get it out of the way. With the door open, you should be able to remove the front seal retainer and then the seal from the front, once removed you can access the rear of the seal and the retaining spring (device). Clean everything up with some soapy water and fit the new seal, simples! You can move or hold the drum back slighly (3 to 4 inces) to give you a better view, you may need another pair of hands, but you have to work from the top of the inside of the washer, it's tight! Just take your time and double check the positioning of the seal (drain holes at six O'Clock) before closing up and reffiting everything you removed. Good luck - it's not that bad a job really and if you get really stuck, you can always call out an engineer, at least you'll have a new seal!

      By Paul C - Northampton - 30 June 2012