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My washer is leaking water from underneath. How can I fix this problem

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  • BColeman16 Mar 07, 2009

    My washing machine leaks underneath when its filling up inside the machine. The water turns off when it has reached the water level, but while the machine is in the wash cycle it is still leaking water underneath.

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Are you sure its from underneath as a lot of washers seem to be leaking underneath but its actually a blockage in the soap dispenser. Or the water pressure is too high and splashing out of the dispenser in this case make sure the m/c is level front to back.

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