Brass up or down?
Answer Hello Robert. Brass goes up and rubber down on this part.
The machine is leaking water from the lower part of the tub area, I took the tub out and the shaft seems to not have rubber gasket for this model, there is no way to get the 5303279394 on this shaft, any suggestions are appreciated! Thanks.
Answer Hello Lonnie,
If you could please check the units' I.D. tag for the model number, we can use this to see what machine you have in your home. This is the only way we can tell the exact configuration of your unit and the correct replacement parts. I'm sorry for the added inconvenience and we appreciate your understanding and patience in this matter.
Is agitator bolt left or right hand thread? To replace the tub seal can I remove the entire assembly through the front panel?
Answer Hello Scotty. The bolt should be standard thread. As for the seal, you must remove the tub assembly from the unit to replace the part. Can not be done through the front of the unit.
My stackable washer /dryer, 41799570150, tub seals, 5303279394, arrived with a spring in the center as support for the lower seal. My repair manual has me removing the old lower seal by pulling up on the same. Do I still install the new lower seal from the top or the bottom near the spin baring?
Answer Brian, Yes, you'll be installing the seal from the top. A little liquid detergent on the outer portion of the seal will be helpful. " Unless stated, reverse the procedure to reinstall the component." 1. Disconnect electrical power and pull the tub, leg and dome and base. 2. Remove the agitator, spin basket, trunnion and top half of the tub seal. 3. Place your thumbs on the bottom seal towards you and your fingers on the other side. Push down and in with your thumbs and pull in and up with your fingers to "pop" the seal out."
Water leaks from the bottom of tub as soon as I fill the machine with water. Do I need to replace the tub seal?
Answer Hello Shannon,
If the water is coming from the center of the outer tub where the transmission enters the washtub, the outer tub seal (AP2142342) is the issue. If it has been leaking and the unit has to be torn down this far, it is a smart idea to also replace the spin bearing (AP2131587) to prevent a premature failure, since a leak washes the lubrication from the spin bearing assembly.
The washer leaks water all over the floor during the spin cycle only. What is the cause or causes?
Answer Hello Tom. Remove the front panel and see where the water is leaking from to repair the unit. Once the leak is located, you will need to replace the part that is leaking.