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zimminkie

Member Since 07 Jul 2009
Offline Last Active Apr 23 2013 07:33 AM

#252855 Fisher Paykel GWL10-US not draining and leaking.

Posted by zimminkie on 23 April 2013 - 07:09 AM

Thanks everyone. I will network around and see if I can find someone who can come and diagnose my machine gratis or for trade to get a definitive diagnosis. (My dear partner lost his job on the same day). :confused:  

 

I already spent $300 on it 4 years ago replacing the outer tub and drive spline (which you all so kindly helped me diagnose).  Maybe I can sell it for parts or something. It also needs replacing of the tub suspension rods (have been manually adjusting the spin cycle to medium for a couple of years). It's in good condition otherwise...clean, well-taken care of. <sigh>

 

In the meantime, a kind friend brought me a 15 yo Sears, direct-drive, Kenmore for free! I'm grateful to be able to laundry at home again. It's amazing how things work out.

 

Blessings to you all. Alice  :kiss:





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