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The most common place for a front load washer to leak is in the bellow. This is the rubber piece right inside the door. Pull the rubber piece back and check for tears or holes. If there are not any holes then there is probably a hole in the hose that runs from the tub to the pump. Sometimes stupid things like bra underwire and bobbi pins get in here and tear them
most likely you have a hole in the boot seal,the rubber piece in between the door and the tub,also open the door and wipe the bottom part of the door on the plastic window,i've found pieces of hair there and the water travels down the hair and leaks through the door.if that's clean you have a hole in the boot seal,open the door,spread the rubber boot open and with you fingers feel all around the rubber boot
Gas cap exploded view ( from in the mirror, falling behind me, April 2, 2010 )
I just put mine back together after it grenaded, and I fished out the pieces.
1- Chrome cap
2- lock core - ball bearing and short 3 prong black plastic plug in cavity with center pin hole - long black plastic plug in cavity with off center pin hole
3- 4 golden springs to push rubber seal
4- rubber seal w/ 4 leaf clover hole
5- round washer with square hole
6- thin washer to cover o-ring at the end where teeth engage locking claws
7- little black springs between claws and square body of the lock core ( I held them down and compressed to put on the last piece )
finally,... 8- bottom housing with the keyway to align in gas tank
and the famous.... 9- brass screws ( than let go creating this headache ) a little locktite might be a good idea...just a guess...lol
Go to the sub section with the brake/clutch/motor/gearcase and item # 13 is the motor coupler between the motor and transmission.
It has three parts. 1. A plastic piece with three prongs fits on the transmission input shaft. 2. A plastic piece with three prongs fits on the motor output shaft and 2. a RUBBER grommet with 6 holes fits between them.
Over time, the rubber piece can wear and the two plastic pieces can rub against it at speed causing a rubber burning smell.
Replacing one is easy.
Remove the cabinet, the pump (2 clips) the motor (two screws and clips) and the motor mounting bracket (two 1/2: bolts).
Remove the rubber piece and pry off the two plastic pieces. Fit the new plastic pieces on the transmission and motor shafts. Replace the mounting plate. Carefully line up the six holes as you put the motor back on.
Replace the motor mounting clips, the pump and clips and cabinet.
If your washer has a rubber seal around the inside of the door and it has a little opening where the detergent comes into the washer put your hand inside the rubber piece and feel all the way around and see if you feel any holes or cracks in it and that is where it will leak from.
this will more likely be your door seal open the door pull your seal so u can see inside and feel around as u look u will more than likely find a hole the water looks like it comes from somewhere else but it will be from the hole in the door seal seen this with hundreds of washers m8
Your leak could be coming from the rubber door seal. Inspect all the way around the rubber seal paying particular attention to the areas behind the rubber seal where it meets the wash tub. They wear with age and can develop small holes. When they start leaking it appears like water coming from under the machine. I hopes this helps.