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1. Condensation from the temperature difference between water inside the toilet and the surrounding atmosphere but since you keep the lid open that may be unlikely.
2. Take the tank top off to ensure the fill hose hasn't sprung a leak and spraying water toward the front.
3. Someone in your household has terrible aiming skills.
Hello. The drain filter, or strainer, is usually located at the bottom front of the machine, behind the kick panel. This is the small panel below the main front panel. Remove it and you'll see a hose coming from the drum to a canister. This is the strainer, and has a screw lid. Caution when opening this....There will be water. Be prepared.... Unscrew the lid, and remove the strainer and clean. If it is difficult to remove, try gripping the tab in the middle of the lid with pliers or channel locks to get some leverage. I always put a little silicone spray on the "O" ring and threads when I reassemble the strainer. This should solve your problem.
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Most washers today are cold rinse only. The buzzing noise you hear may be the cold water valve. 1. Check cold water to make sure it is on. 2. Remove cold water hose from back of machine. Inspect washer cold water valve for debris. Can usually be cleaned with spray bottle with hard spray. 3. Cold water valve has failed.
If you need further assistance please let me know.. Regards reg501 The FixYa Team
I was finally able to fix our leak. Noticed that when closed the back of the lid bent down a little toward the middle. That was enough obstruct the water shooting into the lid causing it to spray out of the top a little and leak out the back alot. Took the lid off, bent it back, and now it works!
If no water is coming out at all, it might be that the inlet filter is clogged or the Est. time shows the code IE. To clean out the inlet filters, unplug the washer, turn off the water, open the valves, take a filter cap thing and try rinsing it out. To put it back to operational use, reverse the steps above.
THIS WILL BE SIMPLE =)
TIP THE MACHINE BACK SO YOU CAN LAY UNDER IT
TOWARDS THE BACK ON THE RIGHT THERE IS A DIVERTER VALVE YOU DONT EVEN NEED ANY TOOLS AS THE CLAMPS ARE FINGER CLAMS
THE DIVERTER WILL BE COVERD IN PLASTIC AND HAVE TWO WIRES GOING INTO IT (I BELIEVE ITS RED AS WELL)
MORE THAN LIKELY SOMETHING IS JAMBED IN THERE CAUSING IT TO BE PARTIALLY OPEN DURING THE SPIN CYCLE AND WATER IS COMING OUT ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE TUB(SPRAYING IN THE SHAPE OF A FAN) WHEN IT HITS THE TUB(WHICH WILL BE SPINNING VERY FAST) IT GETS THROWN ALL OVER THE CABINET
HOPE I MADE IT AS EASY AS IT SHOULD BE TO FIX
slow water run could be caused by the filter on the cold water hose is clogged by granite or mineral deposits
1. turn off the water to the cold hose
2. drain water out of hose and detach from washer
3. get a water spray bottle and set to strong stream not spray,
spray the filter that goes into the machine, this should clean out the debris that is clogging the line hold a small container to catch water when you spray if you see black specks it granite
4. after it runs clear reattach hose and turn the cold water back on that should solve your problem, it did the trick for me