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We have been told that teh motor has seized on a kleenmaid washing machine

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If you keep hearing a humming sound thats usually a sign the motor has seized, especially if its stops after the first fill, or final

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I have a kleenmaid washing machine its about 30 yrs old and still runs well but it is now leaking oil from under the adjitator how do i fix it.


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.

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The only way to get it off is to cut form the circumferance to the center avoiding the shaft. I take it you have tried heat and WD 40?

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Hi, googled this problem myself and found this page. Doesn't help much though. Will still have to get someone out to look at it.
http://kleenmaid-appliances.com.au/TSPM/WM/Kleenmaid/KFL1600_Fault_Codes%2040220415.pdf

Good luck, we'll need it now our warranties are useless.

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My Kleenmaid LWK74 washing machine won't agitate on the high speed settings (it only agitates on the 'Delicates' setting where the agitator goes slow). Is this a timer problem or motor problem


It could be either. You would have to see if timer is sending power to motor on higher speed settings. If it is, then motor would be the problem. If it’s not, then timer is the problem

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You can now order Kleenmaid service parts at www.edis.com.au. Login to their online shop with the user name "retail"and password as given on the login page. Search for the parts you are looking for.

I successfully purchased and received spare parts for a Kleenmaid dishwasher this way.

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the main motor bearings have seized up. The cure is a replacement motor or a new machine. Unless you can do it yourself it will be cheaper to buy a new machine as a new motor costs around $250.

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