the machine has a leak but not in the hoses , the tank doesn't leak. the leak seems to be coming from the pumping area above the moter. it's not a heavy leak but steady drip(witch adds up by the end of all the cycles). I was wondering if their is a seal that may be the culprit and if it can be replaced with a minium of tools and knowledge. ken.
ANSWER Ken, Based on your post, you're in need of the drain impeller kit 4171314 . The kit contains all the lower seals, impeller, O rings, and an instruction sheets. No special tools will be required, basic hand tools and a basic mechanical knowledge, will get you through. Good Luck and Thanks
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Wednesday, August 31, 2011