Question about Washing Machines
How do I fix water leakage from the back panel of Samsung Washing Machine (SW61ASP)?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: leak in washing machine
can you tell where the water is hitting the belt from is it in the middle of the wash tub or from the outside of the wash tub please let me know if its from the middle of the tub its probably the seal that keeps the agitator from leaking, and if its from the side the in lines from the water spicket or the valve that controls hot and cold in the machine could be leaking, please look closely and try to see where the wateris dripping down from. thank you, then let me know
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
You need to work out where the water is coming from, either the front, back left or right hand side to give you an idea what/where to look.
Front - Open the door and check the door seal (usually grey rubber round the door) look for splits, chaffing, damage.
Rear - check the connection to the pump, there will be a (Black) rubber hose from the drum housing about 12-18"long, check for splits, connection etc.
Check and remove the pump itself, Isolate the electricity, to remove - disconnect the outlet hose from below the sink or upstand, lower the outlet hose to the floor and syphon off the water into a bowl from the machine, there will be some even if the machine appears empty. disconnect the plug on the pump (2 wires), disconnect the hoses from the pump (2 off) and check inside the hoses, bra wires, socks etc. look inside the pump for foreign objects, the pump can be wasily split open via 3 screws normally, refit in reverse order.
Top - remove the top cover usually 2 screws at back or side and will slide slightly to remove, check hoses to drawer and the hose below drawer to top of the drum housing, check the inlet solenoids at the back (where the water hoses connect).
hope this helps
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
remove the lid.then you need to take off the control panel move it out of the way.there will be a spring that holds the boot in place on the front where the door closes remove this spring the rmove the boot from the front panel then remove the front panel.there will be another spring that holds the boot to the drum.i have found it easy to remove the counter balance weights to remove and reinstall the new boot. i hope this helps sounds like alot but not real bad
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
The problem is washer unit bearing are damaged kindly replace the inner bearings and the washer to support the the bearings
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
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