Forgive me for asking more than one question:
a. Do you have the spanner wrench that fits my maytag 3rmtw4905tw0? (the one online doesn't fit according to your checking application)
b. My machine leaks very little when it's two thirds full, and substantianally more when it's full. Can it be anything else other than the central gasket? The leak comes from the center, and I think it is more severe when it begins to spin.
c. How is it that a three year old machine leaks already?
Answer The TJ90TB123A Spanner Wrench is the correct tool to order, it is the only spanner wrench needed to service several brands and types of washers. The APP Compatibility Tool Needs to be updated. You need the wrench to remove the Spanner nut W10116602 in order to remove the tubs. The tub seal 383727 is the most likely issue for your leak from the center of the tub and the amount of water leaks out do the more, and heavier the water the more the seal will leak. Once you have the washer dismantled and the outer tub removed, you'll need to check the tub for cracks, and the tub seal opening for distortions or breaks in the flange. It could also be that the seal is spinning inside the opening in the tub, You may want to add a small amount of sealant to the tub opening with some 27615P (most servicers do). Besides the previously mentioned possible reasons, there could be sediment or hard water deposits, there could have been several off balanced loads, a bent drive tube or shaft, or just a plain ole faulty seal.
On High Spin Washer makes a loud grinding sound
Answer Hello Juan. You will need to order and replace the transmission in the unit.
I have try to remove the tub nut spray d-40 on it will not move help.
Answer Hello James. Sometimes these are extremely hard to remove. When you spray the nut, you may need to keep applying the rust buster and letting the nut soak to finally get it to break loose. Keep using the rust buster and spanner and hammer until it finally breaks loose.
Does this spanner wrench fit a 1-11/16'' GE Model # WSCR2070TDWW?
Answer Hello David! Yes, you can use spanner wrench part number TJ90TB123A for your unit. Thanks!
Does this wrench come with the adapter to remove the tub nut from my machine?
Answer Hello Rick. Yes, the spanner wrench AP4503397] comes with the adapter for the GE nut. Thanks.