Question about Washing Machines
REMOVE THE CABINET , JUMPER THE DOOR SWITCH AND RUN MACHINE WITHOUT THE CABINET ON, AND LOOK FOR LEAKS
Posted on Apr 16, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Leaking Washer Machine
I just this week have had this problem. There is a whole in the rubber boot around the drain whole in the bottom. I have got the part and am trying to fix it myself. You might try calling your maytag dealer and asking for the part at cost. It's worth the try. They wanted over$80 for the part and over $80 for the call. motherof6
Posted on Mar 14, 2007
SOURCE: LG WM2487 Leak Front Left
Not sure if this machine is similar to the WM2277, but here is the procedure for that - my leak was in the "baffels" hose that connects the drum to the drain pump:
1. Drain the machine - pry the panel at the front left lower corner to get access to a stoppered tube. drain as much water from here as possible.
2. Remove screw visible inside this area and remove the white molded plastic - also remove the screw behind that plastic.
3. Open the washer door and remove the spring loaded wire around the door gasket. Carefully pull the door gasket away from the panel push inside and then reclose the door.
4. Remove the detergent drawer and the two screws visible behind it.
5. Pull the top of the electronics panel away from the machine and lift up - place on top of machine or hook it out of the way
6 Remove the 4 screws that are visible holding the front panel to the machine. Left the entire front panel up about 2 inches and swing to the right (there is a wire connecting the door to the machine on the right)
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
Hi, You can change the pump by disconnecting power, water fill hoses, & take drain hose out od drain. Lay the washer on its back (use some padding under machine so that you do not damage threads on inlet valve. The pump is located on motor and has two clamps holding it. Just remove those clamps and the two drain hoses from the pump. The pump should release from the motor shaft. If the motor shaft is rusty, the pump might not want to come off ease and the shaft will need to be cleaned with sand paper or emery cloth so the new pump will go on easy. Failure to get the pump on all the way will cause the new pump to leak also.
Put your hoses back on the pump and everything should be ok.
I hope this helps you some.
Posted on May 10, 2009
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