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Burnt rubber smelland chucks of rubber under washer

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The spin cycle is run by a belt-I'd say something is stuck like the drum or you just have a bad belt or probably both. you'll have to do a tear down to see for sure-to check bearing in tube try to turn by hand to see if its tightCheers-Denny

Posted on Oct 12, 2013

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suspect gearcase ask for estimate first..could be more than new washer

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Your bearings may be going.. does it make a racket as it spins too.. bearings come as sealed units, when they break down oil leaks, hence the stains.

It will only get worse so have it sorted to save your washing.

sue

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SOURCE: GE Profile top load washer purchased 2003 water comes out from under washer when spin and drain cycle on. this not mentioned in trouble shooting area. think it is water pump or whatelse can it be?

It has to be in the water exit path somewhere - is there a pump sump inspection? Is there a hose split? Likely the drain hose, or where it connects to the machine. Has the pump split open? Can you remove the machine cover and inspect it while it is doing a cycle so you can see where the water is coming from?

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SOURCE: GE Profile front loader washing machine is leaking

Hello, this is usually the door seal, most machine incorporate a one piece combined door seal and outer drum seal(often just called a DOOR GASKET), the door seal are put in on the front panel first in the factory, then the drum assembly is put in and the seal pushed over the outer drum. This means a lot of stripping down has to be done just to replace the drum to the door seal.
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