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Water still leaking

Hotpoint WF445.

Have checked the pipe, it is clear and water does not seem to be coming from there. Seems to be coming from under the drum as the concrete below is wet. Will we need to get somebody out to fix this? I am confident I can repair this myself if you can keep giving me clear instructions.

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Look at and examine the door seal closely for any sign of a hole or tear in it.
If none is visible then it could be the clamp or spring that holds the seal to the drum front that is causing the prob..
Other than that , there could be a crack or hole in the container front.

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