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Part Number 134515300
Item Weight4 pounds
Product Dimensions1.5 x 2.5 x 3.5 inches
Item model number134515300
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Required?No
  
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ASINB00DM8LE8E
Best Sellers Rank #12,040 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableAugust 2, 2008
  
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Well worth the effort.
e.n.w.
This was an easy install once I figured out this helpful trick to put the boot seal retaining spring back on.
Shawn White
There's a great YouTube video on the web on how to install.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By itsnorm on November 26, 2013
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Our 5-year old Frigidaire Affinity washer was a breeding ground for mold and mildew, nearly consuming the previous door bellows. This was despite the regular wipe-downs and leaving the door open in between washes. Our clothes didn't really smell funky, but the laundry room sure did. Finally I had had enough. After complaining to Frigidaire, they basically told me I was out of luck, and they offered a 10% discount on the full retail price for this item. I told them "thanks but no thanks" and bought the item here.

I had no previous appliance repair experience, but I was armed with the single sheet of paper that came with this item and a YouTube video from "Repair Clinic". That video was indispensable... I almost regret not buying the item from them. Anyway, the replacement of the door bellows was a lot easier than I expected. In fact, there were only two unexpected challenges that I experienced: First, the screws on the bottom of the washer were very hard to remove, and I nearly stripped them. In the end, I had success with four firm hammer strikes on the screwdriver before turning. The other challenge was some brittle plastic on the control panel that broke away near the screws. There's not much I can do about that one... but the control panel fortunately is still staying in place.

I recommend the following: A hammer (to loosen any tight screws), a zip tie (any size, for reconnecting the tube), dishwashing liquid (as a lubricant), and some large clamps or a friend to keep the spring clamp in place while you work.

This is a great price for this item, and it seems identical to the original part -- minus the mold and mildew. The washer runs just as good as ever and now has that "new washing machine" smell. Very happy!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Shawn White on December 8, 2013
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This was an easy install once I figured out this helpful trick to put the boot seal retaining spring back on. The how-to video is great except I'm pretty sure they demonstrate how to use the spacers improperly. The spacers are used to hold the spring in place while you stretch the rest of it around the boot. Instead of using the plastic end of the spacer to hold the spring in place, flip the spacer around and use the rubber end to hold the spring in place. The rubber end of the spacer fits much more snug and will not pop out as you pull the spring around the boot. I didn't need to use any clamps or other tools. Hope this helps.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Melissa Esposito on November 9, 2013
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I don't normally write reviews but I will for this. I installed this on my Kenmore washer, it was the part listed as a replacement part through Sears. It fit perfectly. The instructions were very clear but you needed to read them first then as you were doing it reread each step and it all made sense. A repair man that works on these probably understands the instructions on the first read because they know what parts they are talking about.
A few tips I will add:
1) In the instructions it told you to pull down on the bellows slowly and steadily to release the rear spring (layman terms). I did not take the front panel off, you don't need to, and you can't pull down far enough to make this happen. Instead I pulled down hard and with my other hand "rolled" the rubber groove the spring was in downward and inward. This helped the spring come loose.
2) The spacers are used to jamb the spring in place, when you are installing the spring it allows you to pull the spring around the bellows. If you follow the instructions it will work, it is a PITA but it works. I jammed the white part hard between the bellows and the washer assembly. I'm assuming that is how they work cuz it worked for me. First one at 2, second one at 9 and continue to work counterclockwise with the spring.
3) Once you have the spacers in place, fold the outer (front) of the bellows inside the washer. This allows you much greater freedom to roll the spring into place.
4) Reusing the clip for the water hose was a pain. Pick up a regular hose clam at the auto parts store before assembly. I forgot to measure it but a 1" should work fine.
5) Go slow and take you time. I did it in 1/2 a hour a repairman could probably do it faster.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Gaskins on February 2, 2013
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The install instructions provided are those provided by the manufacturer. They are horrid! Type is small, vague, incomplete. If left to those instructions, I would have returned the item.

Do yourself a favor - watch the install video at [...], Door Boot Seal Replacement (part #134728400) - Frigidaire Affinity Washer Repair. This made the process so much easier! There are more steps to do it easily - invest a couple minutes and avoid getting stuck without being able to finish.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tammy Hardison on September 23, 2012
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The part is working great, although it was a little hard to install. It was really nice to be able to save money and receive the part quickly.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By sts_66 on November 17, 2014
My front loading Frigidaire washer developed mold after several years of use, primarily because I didn't leave the door open for a day or two to dry out as recommended - my bad. I have an excellent mold killer developed after Katrina called MoldStat that can penetrate nearly anything (bleach can't kill mold in wood), but even that stuff could not get mold out of the rubber gasket. Last week after finding another buildup of mold due to debris clogging the drain ports in the gasket, I decided to replace it. I used to be an engineer, very mechanically inclined, but this job nearly got the best of me!

Big Mistake: I tried to replace the gasket without taking the top and front panels off after reading here that it could be done - it was a nightmare trying to get the lip of the new gasket over the metal flange inside the washer. After fighting it for an hour, I gave up, exhausted, with bloody hands and bruises.

My suggestions from experience:

1. After you tilt the washer to get to the bottom screws, leave it up on a couple scraps of 2 x 4's, makes everything easier to get to.

2. Remove the top and front panels! Gives you much better access to the gasket flange. Have a few scraps of lumber ready for when you remove the front panel - there is an electrical connector that will prevent you from setting the front panel on the ground with it tilted - carefully snip the tip of the wire tie holding the wire harness to the back of the front panel -it sticks out through the flange of the panel (do not attempt to snip it where it wraps around the wires!), then set the panel off to the side on the lumber.

3.Do not use dishwasher soap to lube the flange or gasket - made it so slippery I couldn't get a good grip on anything.
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