Mailbag: Mystery Leak from a Direct-Drive Washer

by Samurai Appliance Repair Man on July 7, 2003

in Washer Repair

bill nebgen wrote:

I have a kitchenaid washer model kaws700g. It made a small puddle under it. I am not sure exactly when it developed. I checked all the connections and they were dry. So i flipped back the top and removed the front and side covers. After jumping the lid switch i ran 2 loads of laundry and it stayed dry. Any suggestions.

Bill Nebgen

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pump for the whirlpool-made direct drive washer--click for larger viewThis is almost always the pump. You can confirm by pulling the pump off the motor shaft. If it looks like this, then you need to replace the pump. Here’s help on removing and replacing the cabinet on this direct-drive washer.



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