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Mr_Peables

Washer tub won't spring back into position. Water flow misses tub.

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Admiral Mod. # LNC6760B71

HELP, :yikes:   My wife is a few days from running out to buy a new washer. This one's only 2 years old!!   The problem is that  as the washer fills, water spills over the top rim because the washer tub won't spring back into position and isn't centered. I checked the springs and they are all there and in perfect shape, but it's as though they aren't strong enough to pull the tub in center. If I help it, it will move easily. Can something be replaced at the piviot point?

Thanks,

Mr. Peables

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Need appliance parts? Call 877-803-7957 now!

I have read posts about a replacement spring kit for that problem I believe, stronger springs, perhaps one of the other techs in here can confrum this and supply the part number??   ;)

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Hi,

Doing my research, I read that sometimes the damper pads need to be replaced. Any comments...Any truth to that? How hard a job? Part #?

Thanks,

Mr Peables

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More info on that kit in this thread.

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