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 Posted: Mon Nov 1st, 2010 10:49 pm
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I have a GE Nautilus DW model # : GSD2230F00WW which leaks on every drain cycle only when the drain solenoid is open (which is about 3 times during the entire wash cycle).

The leak is located close to the solenoid itself and sometimes drenches it.

Other than this issue, the machine runs fine.

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http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Shaft-Seal/274144?modelNumber=GSD2230F00WW

the seal on that shaft is replaceable

however the shaft is not removable for proper cleaning, and its tough to clean that small opening so just changing the seal does not always fix the leak

if it still leaks after that seal is changed you will have to change the motor/pump assembly

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Thanks BrntToast. Are there any step-by-step instructions on how to go about replacing this seal / gasket ?

 

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remove the solenoid/bracket(dont lose the lil spring)

use a small pick or bent wire to pull the old gasket out(dont scratch the outer sealing surface)

if you can find a brush small enough clean the void the seal goes into(this is tough cause the shaft cant be removed) flush this hole with some water to remove any residue(turkey baster will work)

reinstall seal(a tiny dab of dish soap will make it slide in easy)

check for leaks, recheck for leaks in a week or 2 ans this leak can be so tiny it will not make it out from under the machine and be noticable on the floor, but even a tiny leak not seen will eventually damage wood and surrounding cabinets



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Thanks much, BrntToast. Greatly appreciate your advice.

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