No oil but the transmission outer case on bottom half was rusty but not the top. The new belt made no difference. It chewed through one new belt as motor turned.
Yes the old belt was chewed up. By the way it agitate ok. Sometimes i believe the large pulley turns easier in one direction than the other. I think its intermittent/
No stains noticeable
No stains noticable, or oil anywhere inside cabinet
New belt # XXXXX was ate up on 2nd wash with it. Motor pulley ate through one spot and looked destroyed like the first belt. I also think the bearings are noisy and sometimes hear a clicking sound out of one, it that helps. .Belt #3 was stuck on first wash on spin cycle and looked like the motor pulley would have chewed through if i hadn't stopped the spin cycle
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Forgive my slow computer, the clicking occurs when I turn the trasmission by hand and is low and intermittant but there. If transmission needs replaced on 14 yr old washer is it more cost effective to replace with a good used machine or look for a good used part. thanks