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Kenmore 80 leaks in

Top load washer: Leaks water at the start of the rinse cycle. If I tilt the washer back you said there is a plastic pump. Can this be replaced?

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Yip no worries pump is the same as phillips/whirlpool 5min job only 2 clips

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Probably a bad water pump. That is were the Kenmore usually leaks.
2 screws on the top panel right and left sides.
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My Kenmore 80 top loader washer is full of water and will not drain. Yesterday I tried to speed the cycle along and stop it during rinse cycle and moved it forward but now I have tried everything and it...


Sounds like the drive belt that operates the pump has failed.
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If you find you do need a belt, you can get the proper part number from the online Sears/Parts section by entering your complete model number when asked.
The pumps don't normally quit instantly but start to leak on the floor if the seals fail so it is likely only the belt.  

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Open up behind, after taking off the wall power plug. Check to see it the hose from underneath the tub is loose, tighten. Or replace hose if damaged.

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