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The water pump may have an item stuck inside. Open the water pump and remove whatever is stuck inside. I've found jewellery, coins and even sand stuck inside mine...
Stuff you'll need
Adjustable wrench, towels, sticky tape, bucket, screwdriver, pliers, time to repair: 3/4 hr - less if you are very handy.
Disconnect the washer from power and turn off water.
Unscrew water inlet pipes from the back with a wrench. Some water may be spilled, so place some old towels on the floor.
Remove the drainpipe from the drain.
Secure the lid of your washer with sticky tape and lower the front of the whole machine onto a towel so the back of the machine is facing up. Ask someone to help you since the washer is heavy.
Unscrew the panel that covers the back of your washer.
Loosen the clamp that secures the pump's inlet hose to the tub and pull the hose away.
Remove the wire protector and detach the pump's wire connector from the body of your washer.
Unscrew the pump's mounting screws and loosen the clamp that secures the drain hose. You can then pull the pump off.
Unscrew the top section of the pump and remove any junk. Rinse it out over a bucket to remove sand and grit.
Screw the pump back together. Then connect the drain hose back to the pump's outlet and secure the clamp.
Reconnect the inlet hose and its clamp, secure the pump with the mounting screws and then reinsert the wire connector and replace the wire cover.
Replace the cover of the washer, lift it back into position. Ask someone to help you since the washer is heavy.
Reconnect the water, drainage pipe and power.
Pick up the towels, pull off the sticky tape and wash the dirty towels.
Pour a (large) glass of wine, sit back and enjoy your handiwork.
If it is indeed leaking form the door boot, you should be able to find a hole somewhere. Take off the bottom panel off the machine, and try to look up inside it to find the source of the leak. (Three screws underneath)
The part number for the boot is W10111435. It should be available at any major appliance parts shop, or online. Just google the part number.
As far as replacement of the boot, it is fairly simple, although it can be awkward to reach the clamp. The outer clamp, the clamp holding the boot to the washercabinet it just a spring clamp, the spring should be at the bottom of the boot. It just pulls off with needle nose pliers. The inner clamp is a bit trickier. Once the outer clamp is off, fold the boot back into the tub so you can reach into the machine (make sure it is unplugged first!). The clamp screw should be ont the right hand side, about the 2 o'clock position. It unscrews with a 8mm nut driver (may be 7 or 9, I forget). One that is loose the boot will just pull off. The new one goes back on the same way, just press it into the grove on the tub (be patient) and put the clamp on and tighten. Don't over tighten, or the clamp will actually pull the boot back off. Just snug it down. A trick to use if the boot is too stiff it to throw it in the dryer to heat it up for 5 min or so.
The blade is clamped to the saw with two screws. Unscrew both screws slightly. Pull down on the blade to remove. Blade holder may have a pin that engages blade. You may need to giggle the blade back and forth. Install new blade inreverse order.
Remove front wheel. Loosen fork tube clamps at top and bottom of triple clamps. Slide fork tubes out and remove. Access to seals is from top of tube. Remove cover and unscrew cap. Shop manual for specific bike is $24-$30. Will show detailed instructions.
Remove the bottom faom pad, which should just be held on with phillips screws. Under this you will see the eccentric weight that has a screw in the middle. Not sure if it is left hand thread or not so be carefull. It is normally thread locked aswell so be firm but fair when unscrewing it. Once it's out you should be able to lever the weight of by applying equal pressure to each side of it. It will be centered on a woodruff key so be cartefull not to lose it. Also, in between this part of the base and the main body of the machine there is a rubber skirt that is clamped to both parts. Unscrew the band clamping the skirt to the base and I think you should be able to pry it apart then.
i will tell u step by step
1)open the door undo the clamp that holds the front of the seal on it is around the lip push door seal back so its out of your way into the drum
2)take the lid of look to the front were your seal is fastened onto the outer drum this is held into place with a screw clamp unscrew it and u should be able to ease the door seal of from around the drum reverse these actions to replace the new 1 i have sent these instructions too 3 other people they have found these instructions easy to follow and do