Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repairLess than 15 mins
Age of ApplianceMore than 10 years
Noted where the water was coming from, and finally saw that the rubber gasket was obviously kinda old. Checked out the website, diagnosed that my problem was pretty simple, ordered the gasket online, after getting the model and serial number. Ordered the part (really simple to do on the website) and within just a few days, got the part via FEDEX. Removed the gasket from the box (hardest part), but a sharp knife works well, just don't cut the part, or yourself. Took about five seconds to remove the old gasket, another five minutes to put in new gasket, and lo and behold!! No more leaking, washer works great. I figure I saved myself at least $150 bucks doing the job myself, and now both my wife and I are happy, what a deal. In the future, If I have a problem with my appliances, I'll check this website, and save, big time!! Thanks guys.
Chris Mathieson/Devils Lake, ND