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Washer still leaking

My washer is leaking alot of water. I thought it might be a hose but I've checked them all and nothing! I pulled out a piece of plastic that was tangled in a wheel at that shoots the water into the drum and sucks it out when spinning but it just keeps on comming out.

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THAT SOUND S LIKE UR PUMP REPL/

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