Question about General Electric WCSR2090D Top Load Washer
There is always water in the tub after filling and washing, no washer can pump it all out, the leak u have is from the seal that goes on the drive shaft that drives the agitator, you will need to pull the tub out and see if the seal and the bearing for the tub are ok, I suspect you will need both and quite poss a new tub assembly.
Posted on May 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it is draining down and spinning the clothes dry then all of the water is draining out. There is only about a 1/2 in space under the tub. There is a balance ring around the top of the tube that holds water. That may be the sound you are hearing? Try washing a load without anything in it on hot and use a box of baking soda. See if that will help with the smell. My washer leaves a mildew smell sometimes. I started running an extra rinse cycle on it. And that helped. I think it was my water.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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