Moved washer out of storage, laid it on back in truck, and oil leaked from somwhere. Not gallons, but maybe two tablespoons worth or more. Plugged washer in, no power evidenced in unit. Totally no response or evidence that power is connected. Is there some sort of shutoff switch or sensor I should be aware of?
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Your oil is more than likely from the washer's "transmission". like your car, the washer employs a similar set up in order to change from "agitate' to "spin", etc. the oil is necessary to the operation, and the extended time (3days) on its side allowed some to leak out. Unfortunately, the only sure-fire way to tell if you still have enough oil will be to have a repair tech look it over and add if necessary. for future reference, if you ever think you need to tip your unit over, you'll have to be very quick about it, and if it needs parts, stand it back upright while you wait.
U should let the AC be in it's correct position for sometime.U can try plugging it into the main AC line it will surely work otherwise u'll have to contact a serviceman coz the pipes could have been choked n it might need gas refilling.
Its possible that your trans. is going to need replaced. Maybe have some bad seals on the trans. As far as the water leak goes. Could be a tub seal, maybe some worn inlet hoses, maybe a leaky inlet valve.
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