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Loose Wheel and Leak

I have two problems with my Malber WD1000.

1. The nut on the wheel is loose. Every time I tighten, it just loosens up again. Any suggestions? Should I get new nut. Any idea where to get one?

2. Second problem... Sometimes during the spin cycle soapy water is leaking out somewhere close to the front right of the machine. I checked the hoses and could not find any holes or loose connections. This does not happen every time, usually with larger loads. Any idea on what the cause is or how to fix it?

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  • alorenburg Jul 06, 2008

    During the spin cycle soapy water is leaking out somewhere close to the front right of the machine. I checked the hoses and could not find any holes or loose connections. Any idea on what the cause is or how to fix it?

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1 no just take the nut off and put a lock washer ingetween it
2 your using to much detergent

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