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Machine is leaking when filling with water Under the lid there are the following number 24422300 and CS0256934

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  • howiek622 Feb 25, 2009

    I had the machine on its side and looked at all of the hoses. None appear disconnected or broken. I was hoping it as just a hose.

    Thanks for the input

  • howiek622 Feb 26, 2009

    It seems to be leaking when the washer is putting water in to start wash. I see hoses at the top of the washer. But, can;t reach them.

    I don't see how to take the thing apart.

    As for the model. I found 2 sets of numbers 24422300 and CS0256934

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If machine is leaking check all connectors on the drain hose make sure their tight and also check for cracks. If you find nothing externaly then its internal and need to open the washer and check the hoses for lose connections or cracks on the drum and water pump.


When you do this be sure to have it unplugged and drained of water!!
and follow basic eletrical saftey!!




Hope this info helps to anyone who reads it.














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  • brandon8534 Feb 25, 2009

    What is the model number of the washer? Also you should check if the drain hose is a correct fit to the socket on the washer also remove the drain hose to see if any cracks are on the drain socket if not the hose should be tightened with a worm screw clamp.

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