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Maytag Washer is LEAKING!


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#1 angbrad03

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Posted 02 June 2005 - 01:47 PM

My Maytag washer leaks all over the floor and I can't figure out where water is coming from--not from drain hoses (I checked already).  Washed a rug that produced a LOT of lint and it seems to be trapped in a little tank at the bottom--could this be causing my leak?  If so, how do I clean it out?  What should I check first?  Any help would be appreciated--I'm a broke military wife that can't afford a repairman--but I'm very handy and mechanically inclined.  I'm used to working on cars, though, not washers!:)  Help!

model number pav3200aww

Angela



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Posted 02 June 2005 - 05:51 PM

Samurai's 13th Law of Appliance Repair states that, "All leaks are visual."  Therefore, remove the front panel and run the washer, feasting your multi-faceted grasshopper eyes on the leak location.  Tell us what you find; better yet, show us with a picture.




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