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Washer Oil

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The spin brake came apart in my washer this morning. got it fixed but found out the seal has been leaking. Picking up a new seal monday but I don't know what kind of oil to put back in the transmission. Anyone here know? TIA papadan

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It's an 18 year old GE. It only had a small amount of oil left in it when I took it apart, maybe 3-4 ounces.

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I remember they take 64 oz of oil but cannot remember what you could use to replace it.

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Someone told me that an older Whirlpool book said it used 15oz of non detergent 60 weight. Ge makes the Whirlpools, are they the same

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use lucas oil treatment-available at automotive stores- this stuff is magical-superior lubrication,leak stop abilities.detergent free    i swear by all of their products- they're truly fantastic   :P

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