Question about Washing Machines
Check the connections from the water inlet mixing (control) valve to the tub. Access to the valve connections can be acquired (usually) from the rear of the unit, and access to the tub connection can be obtained from either the rear port, or by removing the front panel. I had a brand-new Maytag washer leak on its very first load because the hose clamp on the tub inlet line was loose. I tightened from the rear access port.
If these connections and other hose connections are good, I would begin to suspect a main bearing seal or spin bearing and seal, and would depend on your specific make and model. Repairs in this latter category can be both time consuming, expensive, and may require special tooling.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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