I have a Maytag Bravos Top Loading Washer, and it has developed a leak during the spin cycle. At first, I thought it might be coming from the drain pump (I wish it was b/c it would be easy to fix), but after taking the back panel off and watching the machine run, I see that water is thrown from the rotor on the bottom of the wash tub. I had read on your forum about changing the mounting stem & boot seal and tub bearings on a different unit, but there is no such kit for this model. I have checked all of my hose connections, clamps, and pumps, and they are not the source of my water leak. I did find a Tub Seal / Bearing kit (presumably for my washer MFG# W10435302) on another site. Any thoughts on replacing the bearings and tub seal on this washer?
You would want to replace the tub seal and bearing kit W10435302 to correct the leak. In addition to getting the tub seal, there is a tool that you need to remove the old seal and install the new one.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Monday, May 13, 2013