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Adam / APP Team Posted: Friday, July 27, 2007 10:02:31 AM(UTC)
Dear jpcamping,

You might check to see if the center seal is whats leaking. If so chances are that is where the noise is coming from also. It was common on some of these for the center seal to leak following the bearing to become noisey.

They come as a kit. To get the coorect one you will need a serial number.

For example:
If you serial number starting with 10 you will use kit number AP4260929
If your serial number starts with 14 you will use kit number AP3875413
You might also consider AP162101 for serial number begining with 10 or AP170218 for serial number begining with 14.
jpcamping Posted: Friday, July 27, 2007 7:51:18 AM(UTC)
Very noisy spin cycle...sounds like a dry or bad bearing. Has been getting increasingly niosy over the last 6 mos. There is also water leak under the washer during the spin cycle. I observed water dripping from the circular pan underneath the tub during the spin cycle. It was dripping from the right front side. Can you please tell me which part or parts need to be replaced and provide step by step instructions for installation. Thank you, Jack