The screen area at the bottom of my tub (as well as the shaft that the agitator goes on) is caked with muck. Is it possible to clean these areas up? Is that shaft supposed to be greasy and is part of this muck a rotted seal or gasket that I shouldn't mess with further? The washer works somewhat, but this used appliance came with some pretty nasty dirt that I am cleaning up where I can, and I am trying to see if this will resolve a problem with dirt left on sides of tub after I remove clothes. This dirt isn't from my clothes, I don't think. I also plan to put the agitator back on after cleaning to run a load for diagnosis of a slight leak. I'm an unemployed single mom and can't afford a new washer, so I hope that I can milk this one for awhile. Thanks so much for your time!
ANSWER Hello Stef. Here is some cleaner for you. TJ131 Hope this helps.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Monday, March 28, 2011