we still heard water running out onto floor...not into machine. ;) that is why we moved the knob to spin and turned it back on since the tub was at least 1/2 full still.
thank you...I will check that shortly...dealing with a new puppy at the moment. ;)
Yes that is correct.
Thank you for all your help. Do you know if I can rmove the tub from the front or will I have to figure out how to take the dryer off and pull the tub our from the top?
Sorry, my typing got confused.
I know you said you can not walk me through the repair, but can you point me in the right direction? do you know how I must proceed to remove the tub?
so for a mom (who can follow instructions and use basic tools, as well as pull a toilet, lay tiles, landscape) but knows nothing about motors...am I over my head?
Its a pretty big job unfortunately. you will need to remove the whole tub assembly with the transmission all in one piece to get the transmission out and replace the seal. its a huge job.
like buy a washer and dryer huge? ;) (If so I am open for suggestions. This "spacesaver" is in a cottage on our property...in the kitchen with about 12inches of extra space by the counter.)
the possible repair sounds like 2 days for me....if I could manuever everything. My husband is good with alot of stuff but doesn't have a lot of time...and would rather work with wood. :) I noticed repair clinic has no videos on this style either.
sorry that's the wrong video
okey doke. thank you! have a great week!
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