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Washer leaking when washing cloths water comes from the bottom of the washer,i checked around the hoses and nouthing is wet,how do i fix this?

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  • katrina Jan 09, 2009

    there is no cracks or corrosion that i can see,do i need to take the lid off to check and if so how? also when i was checking i noticed the tub itself was loose and wobbley,is it suposed to be?

  • katrina Jan 09, 2009

    do u know a site where i can find how to disassemble it?

  • katrina Jan 09, 2009

    it dosnt make any loud noises while spinning and thank you for all your help

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Check for cracks and corrosion on the outer tub. Water might be leaking from there. Please do comment. Good luck.

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  • Suresh Thrithandam Venkata Lakshmi Narayana

    Thanks for the rating.When you said wobbly and loose; does the washer make sounds or heavy vibrations during spinning?If no, then it is fine for it to be loose.differs in different machines.
    Well you may not notice the cracks(in case there are few) while looking at the machine,you might have to well disassemble it. For this purpose you can find free online diagrams for the model.

  • Suresh Thrithandam Venkata Lakshmi Narayana

    Check this link that has three diagrams of the same model.Will help you with the diagrams and also the assembling and clearer understanding of the parts.Also you can use this website for later use in case you need replace any parts.All the best.

    click here for the diagrams

    please do comment in case there is anything else i can do regarding this,am glad to help.


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