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You don't have to buy anything, the visible rubber of a solenoid doesn't age  properly and gets too thin.

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Simply replace it with a standard piece of  rubber to stick on with glue and the solenoid will work again.

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The most  difficult is to access this solenoid. But the videos show how to do it.  It is useful to take pictures of the screws to be unscrewed to  facilitate reassembly. You can have a look at  youtube 2dqN6kdqaew or 5-Upb9QnC5Y

It looks like  planned obsolescence because it is very difficult to find a rubber that  degrades after about 6 years or so. Any standard water tap rubber will  last for years!

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