Question about GE WHRE5260E Top Load Washer
Hi, recently my washing machine leaked out pretty much all the water that was in there during the wash cycle. i thought it was a leak in the drainage hose going from agitator to spin cycle. i just removed the front panel and ran it from the agitator to spin to see if there was a leak, but no leak. im not sure why it leaked the first time. is there a way to figure this out without it leaking out again?
Thanks for the questionOn a ge washer theres a over flow tube located at the back left side Sometimes if you use a high sudzing detergent , it could leak not to much to worry about just change detergent to a low sudzing one THanks for the question The appliance doc
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
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