I have a Haier #HLT364XXQ washing machine. The stick on the (inside)side of the tub has lost a screw and we need to get to the outside of the tub to secure that part. Can you tell me how to get to the outside of the tub between the tub and the side of the cabinet? Thanks Roy
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that should have an inset, hex-headed screw/bolt. You will have to hold the rotor with one hand and use your other hand to loosen that screw. they use thread lock on that screw, so it will be difficult. but, that's only half the battle. You will have to remove the tub cover, agitator (7/16 agitator nut size), and the spin basket to access the tub seal. the seal has to go on from the inside of the tub assembly. Make sure you don't use anything against the outer lip of where the seal seats inside the tub, or you will have to replace the outer tub because it will still leak. Push the seal all the way down. then before you put everything back together, pour a small amount of water in the tub and see if you see any leaks. anything major will show then, but if there is a small leak, you will not know it till you try to wash with it. You shouldn't have to remove the stator screw or do anything from the bottom side of this unit. You should be able to replace that seal from the top side. good luck.
they are in between the inner tub and the outer tub. They couldn't have made it all the way to the pump since they would not fit down the tube. You have to take the three screws off the bottom panel of the washer (unplug the washer first) You will then see a pump on the right hand side. connected to the rear of this pump is a hose that goes from the bottom of the outer tub into the pump. This is the spot that the cards would have wound up. Disconnect the hose at the side where it is connected to the tub and check there first. Have some towels ready because even if the washer drained fully there will still be about 20-60 ounces of water waiting to come out. Check inside the end of the hose and if they are not there but your hand inside the tub hole and feel around a bit.
hey Paul, you don't have to wash anything in hot water. Hot water only wastes money and does nothing, in my opinion, to get anything cleaner. It does ,however set the stains. To kill any thing the water has to be 212 degrees [ boiling ]I have not used hot water for over 40 years and our clothes are coming out clean. Just set the machine on cold. I put a twoway spigot on my cold tap and put the hot water and cold water together incase someone breaks in and does my laundry. Barry
you can lift the top and get a closer l;ook, by opening lid and looking approx, 4 inches back along side rail, youll see a rubber plug, remove the plugs toreveal the screws hoding down the main top. after emoving screw lift the top back and you see the 4 suspension bars tha hold the machine, either one "popped" or the left front corner should have a sdpring attached form it to the tub( clips on to the red little bracket on side of outer tub). either of thesse swill fixyour problem
OK this should not happen. It might be that the connectors to the watervalve is lose. E4 is a sign that the watervalves are closed. You should contact the store you bought it from and have them give you a replacement. Do not open it for now as it will void your warranty. You know it is not the pressure as the other never had this problem
This however is the link for all the parts you need. or might need. LINK
Have a good one and good luck changing this one out and please dont take no for an answer