Question about Washing Machines
When the wife does laundry, I have water coming out the bottom. I have checked that she is not overloading the tub and still I have water on the floor. this does not happen all the time, and sometimes more water than none on occasion. I have had the washer over twelve years and this is the first problem I have had with it. Any suggestions or ideas?
Washing machine tubs hold a seal at the transmission. If it is leaking now, the seal is starting to wear out. The explanation of it "SOMETIMES" leaking and not is that the load that is being washed could be off balance causing the seal to wear a lil more. If you look at www.marcone.com under parts, you can see for yourself if it will be worth either trying to fix it, have it repaired, or replace it. I hope for you, the first option because more often than not, it is cheapest.
Posted on Mar 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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