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you have a plugged or partial plugged drain pump for sure. maybe there is a 20 stuck in it this time! easy to find just follow the drain hose back and you will find your pump.
also could be the cycle your using has a bad area in timing cct. check a different cycle like the delicate cycle and that will confirm pump or cycle
the signs all point to the pump. thanks for the model number... i looked up this machine and the pump it electric 120v retails for $100. before you buy anything you need to get to the pump and take the hose off... i bet there is something inside causing your problem if not let me not then plan B
you've indicated this problem only arrises during the rinse cycle, is that correct ? The leak doesn't occur during the wash cycle initial fill level ? I want to distinguish the difference because there has been a repair tip issued by whirlpool for the duet and sport washer's. This may be applicable to your machine. If it is indeed only during the rinse, the problem is within the door assembly. Specifically the glass and it's "seat" to the frame.
Let me know, I'll watch for your reply.
If you mean the water runs or drains out during the cycle, the drain hose is too low. It should be as high as the top of the machine. If you mean the water leaks out onto the floor, then it could be a hose has a hole, or the pump is leaking.
The impeller in your water pump is broken. Be glad the water pump isn't leaking too or water would be on the floor. The water pump is usually easy to switch out; there is a clamp on each end of the pump holding the respective hose to the pump and a few screws mounting the pump to the washing machine frame. FIRST use a container to dip the water out of the machine, have plenty of towels to dry up the rest unless the machine can be moved outside before beginning the repair.
Check the pump right where the motor shaft goes into it. The pump seal can leak right there and the water drips directly onto the floor. It will continue to run out after the cycle till the remaining water drains out of the tub and drain hose.
I took the back cover off of the machine and found that the drain pump had a hole in it. The hole was caused by a coin that had made it's way down to the drain pump. The replacement pump cost $90.00 and was very easy to put in. If you google the words cabrio tear down you will come across a web site that has a video that shows you how to take the pump out. I have not had any leaks since. Keep the coins out of the washer, remeber to check your pockets to avoid paying out cash.
probably rubber hose from tub to pump broke, access from back or bottom, (cabrios are open bottom) pump in rear. there is a recent bulletin about tub ring not channeling water from dispenser completely into tub