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HotCarl919 Posted: Saturday, June 18, 2022 8:12:16 AM(UTC)
So my WHSE5240D1WW GE top load washing machine started leaking at the tub bearing and I decided to replace some of the main causes for the leak. I've replaced the tub bearing, tub bearing washer, the hub washer, the tub bearing split ring, and the tub seal. Got it all put back together and ran a load of laundry to check if the leak was fixed....aaaand it's still leaking. right at the bottom of the tub bearing again.

When I had the outer tub completely disassembled, there wasn't any signs of cracks from what I could see. The only thing I really noticed was the transmission shaft that went into the tub wasn't completely smooth. I guess that could affect the tub seal's ability to keep water from leaking.

At this point, I feel like if I spend more money trying to replace parts, I would spend enough money to buy a new washer. This washer is almost 20 years old at this point. Does anyone have any suggestions?