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My washer is leaking from the white plastic housing right beside the motor. Is this an easy fix or will I just have to get a new washer?

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If the white plastic part your speaking of is in front of the motor and has 2 hoses into it,then this is the drain pump and yes you can replace it for about $25.00,remove power,then 2 hoses from pump,then there are 2 clips one on top and the other on the bottom,remove these and the pump will slide off the motor shaft towards you,if its rusted on the motor shaft you may need to pry it off carefully so as not to damage the motor

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