Question about Fisher Paykel EcoSmart GWL15
I've checked that it's not leaking from the hoses, it seems to be coming from the drum???? Is this something I can fix myself?
Thanking you in advance
If your washer is still under warranty, I would call the company and have them send someone down. If the leak is from either the drum itself or a seal then I don't think you could handle it yourself. But, first make absolutely sure that it's not from any hose connection. Tighten all the connections, especially those to the drain pump. And check the pump itself for any leaks.
Posted on Mar 02, 2008
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