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Whirlpool Twin Thin - Water Leak

There is a leak coming from the front center of the washer and it seems that I have to remove the dryer on top to loosen the top cover of the washer and remove the front cover. Is this correct? I cant find the manual on-line for free. Is there such a website?

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  • DPHAUL Mar 05, 2009

    I have the same problem but is there any way to get inside the washer without moving it?

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It sounds like you have a bad pump. If the bottom of the washer is not solid just lean it back and take the pump off. There should be a streak of water stains on the inside of the pump if it is bad.

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