Question about Washing Machines
Yes, and a very difficult job to acheive without an agitator removal puller. You've got to have some serious mechanical capabilities to perform the seal exchange. Best choice, a new machine, because by the time that seal wears out all other components cannot be far behind. Sorry, Good luck my friend, Dana
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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