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I have an oil leak on a stacked washer and dryer

They are integral stacked unit and i see oil on the floor under the unit. it cost me like 1000 dolars. what do you thinks wrong wit it and what should i do?

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Oil leakin on floor is a result of a bad transmission seal, yoiuneed to replace teh tranny and clutch assy,(generally covered for extended period of time through the manufacture(check you owners manual for possible coverage

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