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door seal Servis Washing Machine M3101A replacement



 
 
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Old November 11th 04, 04:46 PM
Roy
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Default door seal Servis Washing Machine M3101A replacement

I am repacing the door seal on the Servis Washing Machine M3101A - all is
going well except the small drain pipe at the base of the seal appears to be
sealed with the dum with some type of glue. The door seal outer and inner
drum parts of the seal are attached with wire clamps and do not appear to
need glueing or sealing ... or have I got that wrong?

Where can I get the required type of glue or sealant for this job?

Thanks. Roy

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Old November 11th 04, 06:26 PM
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I am repacing the door seal on the Servis Washing Machine M3101A - all is
going well except the small drain pipe at the base of the seal appears to

be
sealed with the dum with some type of glue. The door seal outer and inner
drum parts of the seal are attached with wire clamps and do not appear to
need glueing or sealing ... or have I got that wrong?

Where can I get the required type of glue or sealant for this job?

Thanks. Roy

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Dont bother with it I fit these all the time never glued one of them never
had a leak, the glkue is called debur its made to stick rubber to metal
parts.

Peter


 




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