Thank you for your answer. I had checked the o-rings and they were in good condition. Would a new motor bracket be better and have more tension? Is it possible the old bracket lost some tension to keep the motor inserted tightly? I can push the motor in slightly more even when the bracket is in place.
ANSWER Hello Jason. Try pushing the motor in with the bracket bolts loose. Then as you hold the motor and bracket in place, tighten the bolts down. If it does not move, you may need to replace the motor bracket 154595901. Be sure and check for cracks causing the leak in the housing as well. Hope this helps.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Wednesday, November 09, 2011