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Water drains out of the bottom of the washer, not the drain hose

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Remove the top panel and the rear access panel and try to pinpoint the water leak.
check the return hose there may be a partial clog so all the water could not get out instead push out the other end of the hose only when draining and spinning.

Iif clogged then remove clog and everything will be okay ! I hope that helps
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