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Help with repalcing seal kit on Maytag Washer


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#1 apane

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Posted 06 June 2005 - 05:52 AM

Hello my Maytag Top Load washer is a little over a year old and started to leak water right above the transmission.  Maytag sent me the replacement parts.  This past weekend I took the washer apart and could not remove the round plate under the spline.  I removed the agitator and was able to remove the inner tub.  But how do you get to the seal?  If anyone has done this before I would greatly appreciate some help.

 

 


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Posted 06 June 2005 - 08:02 PM

you need to remove the plastic tubnut and the metal peice which the tub was bolted to- for this,you need a special tool- good call on maytags part to mail out these parts to you!! if it's a year old,complain to them and make them dispatch a tech. at their expense.
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