What you need...
Replacement Seal from internet = $60 USD
A little bit of Patience! Keep telling yourself you are saving a ton of money!
Remove all the sheet metal screws that are holding the top cover down.
Slide off the top cover and then remove the screws as shown by the screw driver in the photo.
Carefully set the control panel on top of the washer being careful with the wiring.
Remove the wire screw clamp at the top of the gasket. Set aside for reuse.
Start at the top and peel the gasket from the edges of the drum as shown, working your way around the gasket.
When you encounter the sensors, switches, and soap channel, pull the gasket from these items.
REPLACE with the new Gasket:
Apply a thin film of dish soap to the inside edges of the new gasket and start at the bottom of the drum. Slide the gasket onto the edges, working around both sides, left and right as you go up to the top.
Ensure the new wire clamp stays cradled inside the new gasket as you go.
Install the sensors into their respective holes, add in the soap channel and clamp it. Lastly tighten up the entire wire clamp with the clamp at the very top like you found it originally. Reverse the panel disassembly steps and you just saved yourself about $240 or $120/hr fees.