Question about Washing Machines
I replaced the coupling which was broken but still does not agitate or spin. The gear box is leaking a little. I pulled out the agitator & gear box to inspect. Do they need to go back into the machine in a specific way or can I just bolt it back in? How do know if it needs the gearbox replaced?
GEARCSE NORMALLY HAVE A SMALL LEAK .BUT IF LEAKING MAJOR REPL/JUST SCREW ON BACK THE AGITATOR MAKING ANY WEIRD NOISE, USUALLY WHEN BROKEN COUPLER ,,SHOULD BE SIGNS OF GEARCASE BROKEN REPL
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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