I currently own an Amana washer, model no. LWA10AW. A few months ago it started leaking about 2-3 cups of water. It has started to shake while it is in the spen cycle and continuley gotten worse. I figure it could be a pump or hose for the leak. Was curious if it might be the balance or belt causing the shake. It sounds like there are about 4 pairs of shoes in it.
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Start by removing the front panel to see where the leak is coming from. Then, pray to Allah, who is compassionate and merciful, that it’s just a leaking hose because if’n it ain’t, start practicing yoga so you can kiss your sweet derriere goodbye.
If the tub seal is leaking, you’ll need to replace the hub and seal kit on this puppy. I hope you enjoy spending hours on end in a dark, damp basement, breaking apart old parts fused together by years of corrosion while another glorious summer day gallops by outside, leaving you more pallid and one day closer to the bed pan. Time and pain–that’s what awaits you in this repair journey to Hell, Budrow. And there’s a fair chance that this will be a one-way trip, too, since your hours of weeping and gnashing of teeth may not result in a successful repair. How much time and pain? Let’s just say that it’s off the scale on the SUDS-o-meter. This is one of those jobs that makes even crusty old appliance warriors wet themselves and pretend they have a bad phone connection when they get a call for one of these jobs.
Ahh, Grasshopper, let this be your wakeup call. But if, after reading my wise admonitions, you think you have the cohonas for this job, then here are a couple resources that’ll hepya:
Do you hear your phone ringing yet?