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might simply be a small hole in the outlet drainage hose, this would explain why your machine leaks during the final spin, there is more pressure from the water inside the hose during the final spin than when the machine is draining. hope this helps.
Thanks for the quick responses.Pulled front cover,ran a load on high level, no leaks .Ran a load on super level and when drum spins when full of water water level rose and poured out of left front side on top of drum. Pulled plastic ring on top of drum and and found piece of seal missing where leak occured .Ordered upper tub seal, should solve problem
Hello, Awesome Maytag washing machine. Sound like that wonderful Maytag
transmission has finally gone to transmission retirement center. I think they might have rebuilt transmission for your Maytag washing machine. Check with your local
Appliance Repair Shop---Maytag---. Ask them if they have a transmission but I am
thinking here, it could be belt driven. If it is belt driven, empty the washing
machine and be careful when turn over your washing machine. There is two
concrete block that hangs on a self leveler to keep you washing balanced during
the spin cycle.
Also, check for oil under your washing machine and if there oil then your
washing machine has a transmission and it is leaking. Well, Tracy you can try the
few thing that I mentioned here. But remember I am only suggesting you try these
thing and if you don't fell like you can't handle it. Then get your neighbors and
friends to help you, please. GB...stewbison
That is becouse most washing machines are made up of an inside drum where your clothes are washed and an outside durm that catches the water when the washer spins the water out of the washed clothes. A pump is connected to the bottom of the outside drum. If the pump fails, the water would not get pumped to the drain and would collect in the outside drum.