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Hey mate, thats normal for these machines to have water like sound when you spin the drum. The water leaks either come from the pump, door seal or the tube between the door & heater elements. Either way you need to remove the front panels to be able to see where the leak is.
Two screws at the rear top corners & beneath the soap dish (4) to get top off.
from the inside if i remeber correctly 2 screws to remove the front panels as well as located above door your lock units.
This will allow acess to the front of the machine, remove the door itself if you wish, after the front panels come off you could put it on again (door only) and run the machine so u can see your leaking porblems.
To find where the leak is coming from, remove the 2 bottom bolts on the lower kick panel and remove panel. Next, remove the 2 bolts holding the upper front panel and remove it also. Now, with the front panels removed, run the washer and look for where it is leaking from. Repost your observations.
The cause could be anything, drum, hose, pump, etc. If you have a phillips or + screwdriver, there are two screws on the lower front panel near the bottom of the machine. Unscrew them and the front lower panel can be removed by pulling the panel from the machine. Once the panel is removed, you can use a flashlight to see where the water is leaking. Hope this helps you.
Hopefully its leaking somewhere else and just running down and dripping off the seam between the two halfs. If the seal between the two tub halfs is actually leaking you would have to completely dissassemble the unit very BIG job. Maybe take off the top lid and watch it operate hopefully you will find the leak up top...Good Luck
most washer do not have a filter per sec and if leaking the front panel should be able to come off by lifting the top assy then once removed you will be able better to see where the water is leaking from if come from above the transmission it would req an overhaul...
Chances are they are not related if the water is clean.These units can run quite a while dripping small amounts of oil. The drain hose is a possibility but there are other places it can leak from. Call a local tech he can run the machine with the cabinet removed and should be able to find the source of the water leak. good luck
The motor is not starting this is the humming noise not a good sound, try it in spin to see if the motor runs in this direction. You may have a motor issue because of the water leaking on the motor?
Now that you have the front panel removed you can look for leaks, you will need a flash lite, start a cycle on the small setting and look for where the water is coming from. If it is coming from the center of the tub above an aluminum case which is the transmission you need a tub seal, if the water is coming from somewhere else it could be a pump, or hose, or ?
It sounds like you have a leak somewhere around the door bellow. This is the rubber boot that seals the wash tub to the door frame. Pull the folds back and inspect around the entire perimeter of the rubber. You could have a small rip or tear somewhere. There are a series of small holes in the bottom of the bellow that are supposed to be there. This is the allow any standing water to drain back into the wash tub. If you cannot find any obvious signs of leaks, remove the lower panel under the door. This is accomplished by removing the screws under the bottom edge of the panel. With the screws removed, the panel will drop down, then off. Start the washer on a normal wash and watch for any leaks. If the door bellow leaks, the front counterweight (usually a concrete block) will begin to get wet and drip. This could also be an indication of the bellow clamp around the wash tub being loose. If the leak starts to pool under the washer and run out the front, this is usually an indication of a drain pump leak or drain line leak. Please inspect the washer with the panel removed and the washer on a load and post back and let me know. Go to my profile and use the "Ask Me" feature for a quicker response. I hope this helps you.
PS One other item. On the left hand side of the door bellow is the a dispenser tube that penetrates through the bellow and allows water to enter the wash tub. Sometimes the dispenser tube is not seated all the way into the rubber (should be seated past the flange) and it will dispense water behind the rubber instead of into the wash tub. Just something else to consider...