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Asko dishwasher leak repair


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#1 Lurker_jaz50y_*

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Posted 26 September 2005 - 10:50 AM

My 1994 Asko Performer (model 1353) is leaking out the bottom of the door. I have ordered a new surround gasket, and think I can figure out the installation. But I also think the real problem is a strip of rubber that runs along the inside bottom of the door. I could not locate the part at RepairClinic. So I need to know:
1) What is this part and how do I get one?
2) How does it install? It looks like pry the old one and prod the new one in?

Dom' arrigato.

Doug

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#2 Lurker_jaz50y_*

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Posted 26 September 2005 - 01:25 PM

Well, I answered part of my question when I cleaned out the drain - the water was rising above the rubber seal in question causing the leak. So the leak is fixed but the seal still needs to be replaced so my questions still stand.




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