There are manuals available but these only tell you about the parts of the machine and the different cycles etc. Its a workshop manual that you need and these are not discussed anywhere on the net, Im not sure these were ever produced.
I am in the process of removing gearbox from washer the adjitater if no visible bolts it just pulls off it can be tight. I removed the 4 bolts that hold the iner drum on and broke one bolt. I don't think you have to remove these bolts. There must be a bolt under or nut under the seal have not removed that yet.
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Sounds like the seal for the transmission is leaking oil through the seal. You will need to remove the tub or turn the machine upside down to remove the transmission and replace the seal. That is if the seal is still made.
do you know where I can obtain a repair manual for my Kleenmaid KAW693 I need to replace the seals and bearings as it leaks a bit of water and makes a screeching noice when agitating. My email address is [email protected] Thank you
normally i would replace brake pads $44.tub seal $ 160 belt $55 and pulley assy on gearbox $ 65 its not a hard job but if you have never done one it may be trikky.also make sure the gearbox shaft under the agitator isnt wobbling if it is buy a new machine.
It is a pleasure for me to offer some assistance to users all over the world. The problem you are describing to me is a very common for any amana, speed queen washers. The tub seal leaks and washes the lubricant from the upper bearing making the roaring noise in spin. The bearing needs replacement now, also the tub seal comes as a kit to rebuild all the sealing surfaces. It also does require a complete dissasembly to install the new kit plus the bearing. I would charge 3 hours labor @ 75/hr and the parts would be around $100 for the hub-n-seal kit and the bearing. However you may want to consider a new machine with a better warranty (extended warranties are a MUST these days......BUY ONE with any new appliance. Hope this helps let me know if you have any questions. Unfortunatly these Speed queen design washer have a myriad of design problems and this is only one of them.