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Washer my admiral washer leaks on the bottom when it spends.What's the problem?

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Sounds like the top seals are worn, drum needs to be removed to replace top seals (2 off), job for skilled person.

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

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Lift the top panel by inserting a flat blade approx 4" from each side at the front to release clips, then top will hinge backwards.
You can see the valves at the rear behind the drum..
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