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Guest Rebecca C

Kenmore 70-series washer

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Is there any way I can take it apart a bit to find the offending thing? Or do I have to pay the guy to come and do what I think is a simple repair?

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It's really kinda easy but I thin[user=0]Rebecca C[/user] wrote:

Is there any way I can take it apart a bit to find the offending thing? Or do I have to pay the guy to come and do what I think is a simple repair?
It's kind of easy once you know how, pay the guy to come out and watch how he takes it apart so you will know next time

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Model number...............and where is this noise coming from...

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