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Kenmore series 70 model 110.92272100

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Help Please! I don't want to call my ex for help.....

 Got this washer from a friend and I was supposed to change the water intake valve - so I looked on this site and found out how to do that although the part I ordered from the link wasn't a perfect fit...

Anyway, now it seems the washer won't drain when it's on spin AND it's leaking out the bottom of the machine.  I have tried to look around this site but I can't find anything

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE help

Thanks

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Samurai's 6th Law of Appliance Repair informs us that, "All leaks are visual." Therefore, guided and illumined by this timeless wisdom for a brave new world, you'll need to remove the washer cabinet and feast your Vulcan squinties on the ezzact leak location. Bring your observations hither.

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replace the water pump , i have found socks gold chains hair scrunches and the most common bra underwires  and a button or two , verfiy leak by putting some water not a lot in the machine and with the front cabinet off and the unit unpluged feel in between the motor and the pump in front at the bottom.

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Le Pump referenced by Master Jahjah, CLICK HERE.

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