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lg-4986ER0004B-Washer Door Boot
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Washer Door Boot 4986ER0004B

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Part #4986ER0004B

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$80.33
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Part Information

Washer door boot 4986ER0004B is an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) part that fits Samsung washer models WM2075CW, WM2077CW, WM2277HB, WM2277HS, WM2277HW, WM2455HG, WM2455HW, and WM2677HWM.

Door boot 4986ER0004B forms a seal between the wash tub and the door, preventing leaks.

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Reviews

1-4 of 4 reviews
ArchieD
Stroudsburg PAReviews 7Votes 3
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• 3 years ago
ArchieD• 3 years ago
Good result.

The installation went well. This replacement part cured a water leak in my front load LG washer and I am happy.

Response from Sears PartsDirect:
SHSPD Social Care • 3 years ago

We're you're happy we're happy. That is awesome news. Thanks for sharing your review with us.

Trumpeter
New JerseyReviews 1Votes 0
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• 3 years ago
Trumpeter• 3 years ago
Good price and delivered on time.

Abandoned repair due to other washer breakdowns, and return was painless.

Sam c
New Castle IndianaReviews 1Votes 1
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• 3 years ago
Sam c• 3 years ago
Great product

This is a little tricky to put on without the specialized tool, and you cut your own hole in one of the premarked spots for drainage, but once it's on, the is a tight, perfect fit.

Ds123
Alpena, MIReviews 1Votes 1
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• 3 years ago
Ds123• 3 years ago
Not a problem

There was nothing to it. I did it exactly like the video, except I also took apart a few other parts to clean as well. Just make sure to use dishwashing liquid or another suitable lubricant when installing the new seal....it will make your life much easier. I learned the hard way on other washers I have repaired. Take it slow and pay attention; you should have no trouble.
Lastly, I would highly recommend purchasing (or making, which is pretty easy too), a tool for the two spring clamps holding the boot onto the washer.

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