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Maytag DE410 my dryer is 'soitting' out oil and ruining all my clothes!!!!!

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Replace the drum seal. To do this you need to get under the machine and start removing the pieces, IE pulley, clutch, brake. Until you get to the main bearing and the seeal. At the same time check to make sure that the bearing is still good since the seal has blown

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