ANS 2 -Depends where the leak is ! -You don't say. If the leak is from the door as many are, then you need a new door seal. -If from somewhere underneath, you need to pinpoint it and repair that exact part. Often the drain hose right at pump fractures, or it may be the pump itself. -You must narrow down the location !
How do u fix a washing machine that will not spin? Yes that was the question so why do you answer a question with a question?
No. You can say that you will look into something, or that you will get someone to look into something, but you cannot say 'get look'. These are all correct: 'I will look into your problem with the leaking washing machine tomorrow.' 'I will get a plumber to look into your problem with the leaking washing machine tomorrow.' 'I will get your problem with the leaking washing machine looked into tomorrow.'
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It could be that your transmission housing is leaking. You will probably find oil underneath the machine as well.
Call in a repair man.
my washing machine is washing.... what are you on about..?
Washing machine is a noun.
If a wire comes loose or breaks, yeah, you might be able to fix it. The most common failure is in the drive transmission. It is a shop job with a few special tools to replace them, and the cost is fairly close to the cost of a new washing machine.
My washing machine is a large 6.kg machine.
First of all you need to figure out what it is NOT doing, then tell the people who you are asking for help.
1846 was when the washing machine was invented