Question about Washing Machines
Wow...your posting was hard to read, but I managed to "muddle" through it. I understand that you need laundry and experienced no leaks of any kind. Well...I don't have a good answer for as to what may be wrong. You could have experienced a momentary leak due to heavy vibration from an unbalanced load, or...you had a minor leak that sealed itself over time, I just don't know. That's the nature of this business sometimes. This is also why customers get frustrated by repeated service calls when the appliance doesn't do what it was doing wrong when the repairman shows up. Then, as soon as the repairman disappears down the street, the problem comes back. Believe me, I've seen this over and over. The best advice I can give you for now is to continue to monitor your washer with the cardboard underneath. If the problem comes back, no matter how minor, get back to me and let me know where it is leaking. Until then, if the washer does NOT have any problems continue to use it as you normally would. Good luck to you Tom.
PS To avoid confusion - to get back to me, all you have to do is reply to this post with your comments and I will receive an email notification.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
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