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Noisy when agitating

Intermittent screech when agitating machine is level and I have looked for foreign object stuck in between drum and agitator

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Sounds like a bad transmission

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SOURCE: Water leak under the rotating drum

Have you removed the front panel?

If not remove front panel two screws 5/16 on bottom

Start the washer in a cycle. look with a flash lite and look for leak.

It maybe the rubber boot.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

I will also need model number, because a AWS52NW is a top loader model number not a front loader.

T

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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