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If washer is leaking lean backward against wall pump is on front bottom ck it for leak most likely suspect can be changed without removing cabinet 2 clips 2 clamps..front and side come off together remove end caps on console by pulling forward and off remove screws underneath roll console back remove the clips underneath unplug lid switch cabinet will lean forward and off

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LAT 7793 ABL model number. Washer leaking during fill...? a seal or gasket but not sure how to remove the spin bars to access it


On Your washer to locate a leak, remove the front panel first. Should be two clips at the bottom of front panel, use a putty knife to pry them down while pulling lower of front panel forward (older models used two screws right through front panel on left and right sides). After getting both lower clips loose, pull bottom of front panel forward to remove from top.
Set front panel aside and then use a 3/8" socket or nut-driver to remove two screws (one each) in the front right and left corners that secure the top to the side panels of the washer (inside in front corners going upwards). After screws are removed slide machine away from the wall about 8-10" and lift front of top up. Will pivot up like the hood on a car. This will allow you to examine machine for leaks.
Let me know when you come up with leak location if you need any more help!!

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Ge front loader leaks when filling


Leaks are probably going to come from one of 4 places:
  1. Door gasket: water should run down the face of the washer from the lowest point of the door.
  2. Water connectors: left rear of machine
  3. Soap drawer: water running down front of machine from the upper left-hand side
  4. Discharge pump and hoses: Right side.
Rear right would probably indicate a discharge hose leak. Front right would most likely be the discharge pump and/or connectors to it. Here's a diagram:


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If you don't see any of the easily visible leaks (door, soap dispenser, connectors), try to
pop off the front access panel by removing the 3 bottom screws. Once removed try to determine where the leak is originating from...then we can troubleshoot more. If you find this advice helpful, please don't forget to rate me -- trying to get my Guru level so I can offer premium support

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Wbsr3140 washer leaks


looking at the washer the front panel is held on by clips, take a flashlight and a butter knife and slide the knife in the top crack of the front panel and slide to one side until it stops. this is a clip. usually in line with the washer lid seam. there is one on each side. push in and up on the clip while gently prying door forward, and wala it will open. if you can fill the washer with water alone and it doesnt leak. you probably have a soap issue which can be solved by cutting the soap usage down

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Water is leaking out of the machine Im not quite sure where from.I guess pouring out would describe it better .It`s not coming from the door.


leaks are usually from valve /dispenser area on top left or from door boot. to check valves open top cover by removing 2 or 3 torx/ 1/4' screws at rear and slide back. check underside of dispenser for cracks, check rubber hose connecting valves to dispenser.
to open front and check around boot, remove top cover, remove screws beside dispenser opening (remove drawer) snap control console off starting at dispenser side. On older non teardrop front disconnect and remove interface cables from ccu at rear (ribbon cable in clips on right side. On new teardrop models remove teardrop by unsnapping at top then work down carefully, then unclip console starting at left, disco cables at right side of interface. remove lower kick panel with 3 screws on bottom. then remove 2 front panel screws. remove 2 door lock asm screws and spring clip around boot, then 2 front panel top screws. panel comes right off, carefull of boot. door lock stays behind.

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My Admiral Washing Machine (5 years old) is leaking.


Isolate the machine, use a knife or thin bladed tool and insert between the front panel and the top panel approx 4" from each side to release the clips, the top should lift up,2 screws at the top inside will release the front panel for a better view.

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Hi i ahve an equator ez3600 washer dryer unit


It may have been leaking from the drain pump and you may want to check if it the drain pump by opening the back panel and checking if it leaks just when the drain pump starts to function.

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Leaks water


Probably a bad water pump. That is were the Kenmore usually leaks.
2 screws on the top panel right and left sides.
Remove these screws, tilt the control head backwards.
Remove the wiring harhess connector.
Remove 2 clips holding the cabinet to the back panel.
Remove the cabinet by pulling forward.
Pump is attached to front of motor.

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Water leak at front of washer


You should have a drain at the bottom of the rubber boot inside the washer. There is a possibility the drain hose clamp came loose or the boot has a hole in it. If you take the front of the washer cabinet off, you should be able to see where the water is coming from. Take the two screws out of either side of the door opening, pull on both sides of the front panel at the same time, tilt downward, and the panel should come off.

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Admiral Leaking


Possibly rinsing with cold water, washing with hot.
Check inlet valves for leaks, especially cold (rinse)
Lift the top panel by inserting a flat blade approx 4" from each side at the front to release clips, then top will hinge backwards.
You can see the valves at the rear behind the drum..
You can run the machine with top lifted to see any more leaks.
Also remove front panel via 2 small screws to gain better view.

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DO YOU MEAN THE SPIN RINSE CYCLE OR FILL UP?THE FRONT COMES OFF FROM UNDER THE TOP SEAM,USE A PUTTY KNIFE ON EACH OF THE FRONT SIDES,PUSH IN ON THE CLIP AND PULL OUT ON THE FRONT PANEL,DO THIS ON BOTH FRONT SIDES,LET ME KNOW,THANKS-MIKE

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