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CW18P2 Transmission

Jack555

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CW18P2
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Crosley
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6-10 years
I have leaking transmission, I need some tips from an expert on:

1- to replace the tub seal, do i start from the top of the shaft by 1st removing drive block Asm, then removing the Stud, then center post, and so on?

2- since oil is floating, does that mean there are some water inside the transmission that need to remove?
Is it OK to replace the old oil by holding the transmission upside-down overnight and unplug the oil fill plug, if so, how much new oil (90wt) should i add?

3- I removed the stud and screw but the DRIVE BLOCK is not moving, how do i remove it?

Thank you for your help

Jack
 

Jake

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Hi,

I myself have never in my 18 years of Appliance Repair ever had to take apart a transmission and rebuild it, its very time consuming, and all the transmissions and gearcases that we order come complete.

Another Tech or Member here may have more in depth transmission experience.

If they do, I'm sure they will reply to your post here.

Jake
 

Jack555

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Hi Jack

but how do i replace the tub seal
my washer is maytag CW18P2 and i removed the basket and tub
Do i need to remove parts from the top shaft till
the hub

thanks

jack555
 

jeff1

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Hi,

**CW18P2**

I found CW18P2A CW18P2AC CW18P2H CW18P2W CW18P2WC

These are a Crosley washer....based on the Admiral/Norge style which is owned by Maytag but is not a Maytag.

**1- to replace the tub seal, do i start from the top of the shaft by 1st removing drive block Asm, then removing the Stud, then center post, and so on? **

-I- haven't done one of these, but by the parts breakdowns...you are on the right track.

**since oil is floating, does that mean there are some water inside the transmission **

Yes :(

jeff,
 

Jack555

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jeff

thanks for your help.

yes it is Crosley (norge) and i will now start the work.

Pls if you can help with the oil point, after removing all the old oil, how much should i
add new?

thanks

Jack555
 

jeff1

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I don't know the amount of oil used ( maybe Maytag could tell you ) but by the style of tranny, the lower 1/2 of the body part would have to covered at a minimum....

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Above is one style used on the models I listed.

http://www.applianceaid.com/phone.html#phonePhone # helps.

jeff.
 
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