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hi

i have a beko wm8120w washine machine it is 7 months old so it is under the 1 year garntee i am awating for an engineer to come out for a second time to

replace the rubber seal the first time was in june to what i can see the faut is at the bottom of the seal/machine where it is wavey and looks if it coming away the rest of the

seal looks fine i wipe the seal with kitchen roll after every wash and leave the door open on occasion i do approx 5 washes a week.

was wondering could i have a faulty machine or is there something i am not doing i also get a build up of water at the bottom but its cleaned up after every wash

any help/info would be much appricated 

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When the door seal goes wavy it's usually some chemical reaction from something being put in the machine. It used to be very common when people mostly used cotton nappies and used a product called Nappysan. It used to attack the rubber. Are you using anything other than normal detergent and fabric softener? Are you washing any laundry that could have something on them that is reacting on the rubber seal? 


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