Question about Washing Machines
I have a GE washer model WPSR3100W0WW. It has been in storgae for probably at lesat 3 years. I ran it through two cycles and it worked fine as far as I can tell but the metal bottom is covered with what appears to be some sort of old oil residue. I assume it to be from a transmission oil leak. It is not currently dripping and I cannot tell just where it came from. Do these transmissions contain a fairly thin thype of oil/fluid in sufficient quantity to completely cover the bottom of the washer? I can get a replacement transmission for under $150 but I'm not sure that is the culprit.
They do contain oil
it would be best to run it till it dies
the tranny woont get any worse than it is
and eventually you will have to replace it
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