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Dishwasher Built-In Door Seal/Skirt name?

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by mattisaac, 30 Aug 2020.

  1. mattisaac

    mattisaac

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    Hi there, I hope this is the right place to post this. We have a Neff s51m53x1gb built-in dishwasher, and we're in the process of getting a new kitchen so installing it in to new units.

    There was a seal or skirt that ran along the edge of the dishwasher before that has now been broken or torn off. Every time I look for a seal though I just get results for the actual black door seal which seems to be fine.

    I'm talking about the grey seal or skirt that you can see at the top and which usually would run down along each side.

    Could anyone tell me what this is called, and / or if I need to get a new one?

    Thanks for any help.
     

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  3. Aunsh

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    This sounds like the upper seal strip and the side panel strips.The upper strip should prevent damage to the underside of the worktop when the door is opened and hot air/steam is released. Try Ransomspares or others.
     
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  4. assuhors

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    If you go on the Neff UK Spares site and put your Enr number in the box, on the third page of the spares diagram you will see what you want.
     
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