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Kenmore series 80 Leaks when filling and leaks when spinning

If I stop the water going in, the water will just go through the holes at the bottom of the basket. Then it goes all over the floor. When the washer spins, the water also goes all over the floor.

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Sounds to me like you have a hole in your pump

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