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Kenmore top loading washer model 110-9259220 90 series has a very slow leak

How do I remove the inner metal tub, there appears to be a special tool to loosen the round 4 noched nut holding the metal tub. The leak appears to be on the bottem of the plastic outter tub near the shaft but VERY hard to determine as the metal protective "roof" is in the way. I can send pictures.

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Once you have the console open and the cabinet removed, take off your tub ring (the white plastic cover over basket) and you agitator. Unfortuneately, you're right there is a special tool for removing the 4 notched nut. I would check with my local appliance part store or order it from the manufactures web site. I belive they call it a spanner wrench. After that, your basket will lift out.

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