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Water coming out of washer

When the hose and water is connected and the power switched on the water comes out of the washer itself beside the power button.
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Depending on the model of the machine, it is most likley a cracked control head or split outlet elbow. Remove the covers and run the machine to locate the source of the leak. Ifit is the control head it will spray water from the top just behind the chemical inlet elbow.

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