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Old 02-20-2009, 12:35 PM
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i replaced the transmission and tub bearing (spin bearing) and i have water leaking from the tub around the transmission shaft and running down on the belts and spraying water on the motor.is there some kind of sealer that i need? the washer is a stackable frigidaire gallery series model flse72gcs9

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Did you happen to put on a new tub seal ([URL="http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partsearch/ctrfs.aspx?part_id=2142342&&model_id=112055&diagram_id=345460"][COLOR=#800080]AP2142342[/COLOR][/URL]) when you did the transmission? If not, this may be the source of your leak.
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i did not replace the tub seal, but i just ordered one. thanks! do i need to grease any of the parts i replaced(spin bearing, outer tub bearing) or use anything on the tub seal?
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No grease, just make sure the seal is pressed into place or you will put it all back together and hear some rubbing noise. Personal experience.
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