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Most washing machine repair problems are basic and fairly simple to fix yourself. It's pretty rare to have a problem with a transmission or a tub centerpost seal for example. Usually, it's a bad switch or a stuck pump or maybe a bad coupling, etc. In this section, we'll try to provide you with an easy to use troubleshooting guide and specific step by step instructions for the most common problems that you can fix yourself. Select your washer brand below to continue.

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