Question about Washing Machines
The washing machine leaks from bottom when filling up in the beginning and on the rinse cycle.
Open up behind, after taking off the wall power plug. Check to see it the hose from underneath the tub is loose, tighten. Or replace hose if damaged.
Posted on Oct 08, 2007
If not a hose leak, check for leakage around the water pump. On our top-load Kenmore, the leak showed up at the front right of the machine. Water was leaking where the pump slides onto the motor shaft. Replacement of pump consists of: (1) unplug power cord and then remove 2 screws at corners of the dial/control panel to tilt it back, (2) unplug wiring harness, (3) remove two spring clips holding white metal console to the frame then tilt console forward and remove, (4)pump was in front of machine with two black hoses attached via hose clamps - remove the spring clips at top & bottom of pump and remove the two hose clamps, (5) slide new pump onto shaft and reassemble in reverse order.
Posted on Oct 28, 2007
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