I moved my maytag out from the wall to clean the floor and found the floor cavered in oil. Whats up? I didn't know that washers had that much oil in them.Whats leaking? What Part? Thanks for any suggestions I can't afford a repairman.
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Maytag uses an auto balancing mechanism, based on the rear legs. These legs should move freely. Lay the machine on its side, and try to move the rear legs. If they won't move and appear rusty, then spray penetrating oil on both legs and move them until they move freely.
IT WELL NOWN ON THE NEPTUNE THE BACK BEARING GO OUT AND IT VERRY EXPESEVE TO FIX YOU WILL NEED THE OUTER TUB AND THE TRYPOT ON THE INER TUBE PARTS GO GO UP TO $500.00 THE OLY THIG YOU CAN DO TRY TO PUT OIL ON THE BACK TAKE THE BACK CAVER THER ARE 4 1/4 SCRES AND IN BACK OF BIG PULLY ON PLASTICK HOUSING THERS A SMALL HOLE PUT ANY TIPE OF OIL
Sounds like the machine is not at fault. The problem is probably the pipework that takes the water out of the building, it could be made up with lime & wash powder residue. Try running some water into the wall outlet pipe, & see if it overflows, if it does you need to dismantle & clean it