Question about GE WSM2700W Unitized Spacemaker Washer and Dryer
My washing machine is leaking from one of the water supply connections. I shut off the water supply. The more I look at the connection it looks as though it wasn't screwed on properly, or straight! Why would it start to leak now, I've has this machine for over a year? Should I try to unscrew the hose and screw it on more straight or will this cause a larger problem? It is the connection that is leaking not the hose! HELP!
First check your supply hose for cracks or splits. If cracks are apparent the hose must be replaced. If none are apparent I would suggest taking apart the connection and checking the gasket or washer inside the fitting. If it has decayed or cracked this could be the culprit. Replace the gasket or washer with the same size. these are availiable at any hardware or home improvement store.
Posted on Feb 27, 2008
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