Question about Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like you have a leak around the door bellow somewhere, or your drain pump. The bellow is the rubber gray boot the seals around the wash tub and door. You will need to remove the bottom panel under the door to be sure. Remove the screws under the bottom edge of the panel. Once removed, the panel will drop down, then off. Inspect the washer with a load running. If the bellow leaks, a tell tale sign will be moisture showing up on the concrete counter weight in the front of the washer. Double check your drain pump and hoses as well. The pump is located directly under the wash tub in the front of the washer. The water tends to pool in the cabinet before it leaks out and drops into the pedestal drawer. If the bellow is leaking, make sure inspect it for rips and tears. You may just have a banding clamp that is loose. If the pump is leaking, make sure the clean out trap is on correctly and snug.
PS If you just purchased this washer and are experiencing problems already, this repair is covered under the one year limited warranty. Inspecting for a leak is not going to void the warranty. However, removing any major parts may. Just do an inspection to see if it is something obvious. If you suspect a part failure, get in touch with the retailer. If this was purchased from S**rs, they usually have a 30 day satisfaction guarantee. If you are not happy with the appliance, they should take it back.
Please let me know if you need further assistance.
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
Theres a few things you can do to stop it from walking.
but the best way i know is to use washer anchors.
Whirlpool part# 155P3 $22.95
Im going to assume that you have eaither the wfw8300 or wfw8400
the main differences is the suspention system in them. the 8300 uses a 5 point system that work but really you should only use the washer on solid flooring like concrete. the 8400 uses a 6 point with better shocks.
if you have this washer on a main floor with basment underneith it you might want to check the floor. grab a glass of water when it starts to shake and walk and put it on the floor, if the water is jumping then the floor is the problem.
eaither way the anchor kit i have listed above will stop your issues with it moving and walking.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
there should be a clip on the top or bottom if not pull it out as far as it will go grab it on both sides and pull sharpley towards you DO NOT GRAB THE FRONT IT WILL BREAK
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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