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GE WBXR2060V1WW leak_transmission shaft and tub

Looks like the leak is coming from the bottom,center of the tub where the transmission shaft goes through. The leak drips down to the transmission on onto the base plate, eventually onto the bottom panel... to the floor.
Could it be something that just needs to be tightened or is it some kind of a seal or bearing that needs to be replaced.

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The tub seal is leaking, often this damages the transmission. A new tub seal comes with the transmission this page should help http://www.appliance-repair-it.com/GE-washer-disassembly.html

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