Question about Kenmore 24872 Top Load Washer
We recently had our motor replaced by a GE technician in our GE top load washer. A few weeks after the replacement, our washer started leaking slightly on the bottom left corner of the washer. Our washer is only 6 years old. Should we already be having so many issues? Is it possible that the tech. could have damaged something when replacing the motor? Any suggestions would be appreciated
The leak could be coming from anywhere in the washer it just leaks out from the lowest point of the washer i would suggest placing a putty knife under the top on the right and left side and pushing the tabs in to pop off the front panel to see where the leak is coming from
Posted on Oct 30, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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