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Water pores out on spin

On spin mode water pores out

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  • victor montez Feb 21, 2012

    the water that pores out comes where it need to come out when it fill the tub . but on spin mode. I con open lid spin stops but water still pores out like in wash mode.

  • victor montez Feb 24, 2012

    ran wash mode found out water did not drain on rinse . It just wash untill timer got to spin mode.

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Take off the cover and check for any holes in the top of the plastic tub surrounding the drum . This can occur when the washer is or was previously severely out of balance and the drum rubs a hole in the side of the tub. Since the water is usually below this level until the spin cycle pushes the water up the sides of the tub, it only becomes apparent then. Another possibility is there may be a blockage in the pump or drain hose. If you still have a good amount of water in the tub due to the washer not draining completely before the spin cycle, the water will sling everywhere when it attempts to spin. I hope this helps! Good luck!

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