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  • hil1 May 27, 2008

    In my case when filling washer it start leaking right away. I checked under washer to find that the water seem to be coming from the plastic tub, where the spring bracket is screwed in. The hook that holds spring in place was actually rusted and had let the spring go. Need to find if these parts are available. Cant find these five digit model numbers but, my washer is actually a Kenmore heavy duty 80 series.

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You need to purchase a SEAL KIT , if washer leaking from under the tub and center, hope this helps , please rate , AJ

Posted on May 13, 2008

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