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How to add oil in the washer machine's motor (whirlpool)

I just finished replacing the belt but i need to replaced the oil that leaked when i was replacing the belt .how do you add oil to the washer motor .

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  • Nancy Makanui Jan 09, 2012

    While moving the washer, had to lay it on its side, the oil leaked out therefor I to need to replace the oil which leaked out.. therefore it must not be sealed, there must be a way to replace the oil that leaks out. anyone know how?

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It should be sealed - if it is leaking - it is damaged and needs replacement too.


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