CustomerCarrie from PA
Our Kenmore had a chunk missing out of the Bellow that flushed against the washer door, which caused a steady leak during wash cycle.
Repair & Advice
This repair was so easy! This stores competitor has a video that clearly demonstrates the repair, but they were 2x more expensive! I'm sure you could search other videos online. Remove the bottom front panel (screws are under the front, tilt washer, supporting front with blocks), remove top panel, remove door panel. you will unscrew the ring/clamp around the bellow. Make sure you look to see how the old bellow sets in the washer and remove. Then replace bellow. Watching the video makes it sooo much easier. Less than 30 minutes and done. The step that was the hardest was resetting the ring/clamp. Save yourself ten min of frustration and have a second person help put the ring around the bellow. Having someone hold the ring in place (with the second flat-head screwdriver as a pry bar) while you work it around, is the easiest way.