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Door leaks the spring came out and i'm not sure how to replace it

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If the outer door spring came loose, the following link will explain how to reinsert it:

The link explains the entire procedure for replacing the door bellow (rubber boot). Read line item 12 for instructions on how to reinsert the outer spring.

What can cause this spring to come loose is over stuffing the drum to the point where items are getting caught in the door boot and pulling. I don't know if this is your situation, but offered the advice just in case. The salesperson will often advertise that these washers can be packed FULL. "The larger the load, the better", I have often heard. While the washer DOES perform better when more items are in the drum, resist the urge to over load.

If you have questions, please let me know. I hope this helps you.

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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