Question about Kenmore 15864/15862 Top Load Washer
Sometimes my tub gets too far uncentered and when the water fills it hits right on the top of the white piece along the top of the tub instead of dropping down into the tub. When this happens water floods trough the opening at the back of the white piece and out the back of the washer. Is there something I need to replace that helps keep the tub more centered?
Ok i need a lilttle help from you,,,ok,,,open lid..take your hand and put it on the top of the agitator,,push the hole agitator and tub back,,and let it go if the tub stays back and does not come back center by its self,,your counter balance spring broke,,no mattter which way you push that agitator it shoud come back to near center..what could be bad counter balance springs ,,or tub surport springs.if you need help removing and changing please post
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Chad -- Your problem most likely is the drain hose is either
a) Clamped tight to a drain line of some sort allowing water to siphon out
b) Washer drain hose is Shoved too far down the drain pipe
c) Drain pipe is lower than tub of washer alllowing water to drain
Oct 18, 2007 | Washing Machines
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