Question about Washing Machines
Water leaking from bottom of washer on the bottom left corner about 80% of my loads. Large accumulation of water.
Open the door and stretch the rubber seal to see if it is split.
It is possible that one of the two hoses feeding the pump have splits in them, only way is to turn power off at wall and with a couple of pints of water in lift machine at an angle prop it with solid objects i.e. wood and squash hoses with your hands MAKE SURE POWER IS OFF AT WALL Tim
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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