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The Volkman

Member Since 13 Feb 2010
Offline Last Active Oct 13 2013 03:03 PM

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Cabrio WTW6200SW2 - looking for leak

30 April 2012 - 02:36 PM

Washer started leaking, very little at first, now more so. Took a look underneath and pumps and hoses looked ok. Only the center area on the hub was wet. Not sure where it's coming from. Doesn't look like that much could get through if it's coming through the center of the hub.

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if it is coming from here, what needs to be replaced?

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I put it all back together and removed the agitator and all the center stuff in the tub, cleaned out what dirt and build-up I found, put it back together, still getting leaking. Now after several more leaky loads I got the F 51 error. I ran all the diagnostic tests from the diagnostic guide I found inside the cabinet and it passed them all without issue. Put clothes back in the machine and F51 again. My next step is to reseat the harness for the RPS hoping I just loosened it in my meddlings, but I still need to find the source of the leak.

Any ideas? Thanks for any insight you can provide.


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