Our washing machine is a top loader, and is leaking from the left hand side of the bottom of the machine. Its not a pipe that i can see, it seems to be dripping from the inside of the machine? Is it worth getting fixed? Do u have any idea what it is??
I'm confused on what to do as i've never seen this before?
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it could be leaking from the filler and going round the bottom of the drum or the feed pipe. check the seals can assess the bottom seals with out taking the top off. turn off washer and unplug cable and pipes. tip washer on side to gain access lower pipe is drain feed and right is breather pipe and door lock sensor line. if you need to take the top off as the leak is on the filler screws on back. then pull back and lift up the top. check the pipes and case on the filler tank. replace top in reverse order.
remove soap draw, remove screws on left hand side(T20), open drum door, three 10mm bolts around drum, open filter flap and unhook black hose from flap if there is one, the bottom left hand corner sits on top of a metal clip to hold it in position just pull to remove,
If its leaking during the fill cycle, its one of the water valves (solenoids) or associated hoses, loose clamps, etc. If its leaking during draining its the drain hoses, pump, clamps etc. Easiest way to tell. Pull it out, if you can remove the back, run it and look for the leak. Just don't touch anything while its running, you don't want to lose a finger or get electrocuted.
Mine did the same and there was a 20 cent piece in the drain filter which is located at the bottom front left hand side you take off the cover - beware that a lot of water may come out - have towels ready. or your outlet pipe may be blocked. OE is a draining error message
there are two spring clips on the left and right hand side where the front and top of machine meet they are located about two inchesin from both cornres best tool to use is butter knife .
push in on the clips while pulling up on the lid. when the top opens it will tilt to the back of machine.there are also two 5/16 screws that are holding the front panel to the cabinet also onthe left and right hand side!
If this only happens when the machine is filling the hose leading to the top of the tub may be leaking. Before it fills this hose is disconnected from the water supply by a closed solenoid valve. There are two valves which feed into a common hose that comes up to the top of the tub where the water runs into the tub. The leak does not happen after the tub fills because all the water leaks out and no new water runs in. These hoses are usually very small and very inexpensive and held on with clamps. They can usually be replaced by removing a small panel near the hose attachment location.