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Water leak under tub

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: My washer machine Whirlpool Ultimate

is it filling filling filling and not stopping. or will it fill and stop when it is supposed to. if it's fill fill filling could be a hole in the pressure hose or a faulty pressure switch. but if itt does all the cycles and is leaking you probably have a bad pump tip the unit back a little so you can see under but do not tip all the way you will see the pump. see if it leaking if so replace tha pump.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

SOURCE: Water leaking from seals under tub; draining water on spin cycle.

Here is a website which might provide you with the internal diagrams and the facility to buy the necessary parts. Just enter the model number in the following displayed page and choose your model from the displayed search list.

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Else will fetch you the direct link for the machine if you can provide me with the model number and the firm name.
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Posted on Apr 10, 2009

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SOURCE: washing machine does not spin

If the unit is making noise while set to spin but not spinning replace the motor coupling for the fix.
If the unit is silent when set to spin replace the lid switch for the fix.
Both are very common and not expensive plus easy to find online with the model number under the lid. Let me know if you have any other questions.
Phil

Posted on Apr 11, 2009

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SOURCE: Whirlpool Stylemaster 4217141 tub not moving wash/spin cycles

Sounds like the drive belt is broken or very loose. Take off the back and check the belt. If loose or missing, tighten or replace. This is usually done by loosening the motor support bolts and moving the motor until the belt is tight, then re-tighten the bolts. Replace belt in the same way.

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

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SOURCE: leaking tub on whirlpool washer

replace the main (under tub) seal

Posted on May 04, 2009

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Replacing Parts Second, Replace Leaky Internal Hoses
If the supply hoses aren’t leaking, open the cabinet and inspect the internal components. Belt-drive machines typically have a rear access panel that unscrews. Access direct-drive machines by removing the two screws on the outside of the control panel and flipping up the lid. Then pry up the cabinet clips and pull off the entire cabinet. With the cabinet open, restart the fill cycle to check for internal leaks. Look for additional clues like rust and calcium deposits. Most often you’ll find the leaks in the spots we show inFigure A.
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Washing machine parts are available at appliance parts distributors. (Look in the Yellow Pages under “Appliance Parts.”) Try to find a parts supplier with a well-informed staff, ideally ex–repair technicians, who can provide diagrams and help diagnose any problems specific to your brand of machine. A great Internet source is www.searspartsdirect.com. Enter your model number to access exploded-view diagrams and a thorough parts list for easy on-line ordering.
You’ll need the brand and model number for proper part identification. Model numbers are usually stamped on a small metal plate located under the tub lid or on the side or back of the machine. Copy down all the plate information and take it along to the parts distributor.
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The most challenging repair is fixing a leaking tub fitting, whether it’s the air dome seal ($5), the center post gasket ($8) or the tub seals ($15 to $20). Before proceeding, make sure that telltale drips are coming from around the tub. The details of this repair vary by brand and model. The details we show are for most Whirlpool and Kenmore belt drives. Study a schematic drawing or consult a parts specialist if your machine is different from what we show.
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There are four tub seals that secure the outer tub to the cabinet, each consisting of a bolt with a rubber and metal washer. Rust often develops around one of the tub seals, causing a tub leak. A new tub seal kit will come with four new bolts and oversized rubber and metal washers that will seal small leaks. But if the tub is completely rusted through around the bolt, it’s time to buy a new washing machine. Replace all four tub seals.
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Sounds like the drive belt is broken or very loose. Take off the back and check the belt. If loose or missing, tighten or replace. This is usually done by loosening the motor support bolts and moving the motor until the belt is tight, then re-tighten the bolts. Replace belt in the same way.

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If the unit is making noise while set to spin but not spinning replace the motor coupling for the fix.
If the unit is silent when set to spin replace the lid switch for the fix.
Both are very common and not expensive plus easy to find online with the model number under the lid. Let me know if you have any other questions.
Phil

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