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Front load washer poured water from bottom

Too large of a load (teenagers) and it was unbalanced. Heard a loud pop then water poured from the bottom until it was empty. Seems to run now, but still leaks from base and there is some black grease

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Check for loose hoses or broken connection underneath washer .Unplug machines first before opening up the bottom

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