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Green grease on washing model awm 372 3062 over 10 years old ?

Green grease left on washing after wash doesnt seem to be any noise coming from her

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Sorry to say but the water seal between the outer tub and the gearbox has failed and need to be replaced. Not an easy task and should only tackled by an skilled DIY persons. Repair kit and water seals are easily available from the manufacturer. Removing the center nut is a big challenge due to corrosion, soap residue and it requires a special socket.

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