Whenever I try to run a quick cycle wash, the water leaks out underneath the door. There are no codes that appear, or any other indication of trouble. When I run the washer on the full-length cycle, no problems. I haven't used a short cycle in a while (to avoid the mess!), so I don't have any additional specifics-if it would help, I can try the quick cycle again-thanks for any assistance-my husband would prefer to to pay for a service call if at all possible! Anita
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Re: Water leaks under door
I had the same problem. Sounds like the door seal is ripped. It must be peplaced. What happens is that the little shoot on the top left( facing maching) onj the top inside of the seal ripps from the constant vibration. You must follow the proceedure to replace the seal cost approximately $80 for the part.
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There is also a discharge lint filter on the front lower left that has to seal properly. If the water appears only when washing, you can probably eliminate leaking from the water supply side up to the solenoids controlling the water. The most likely source is a leak in the rubber section between the tub and the front door, a leak in the seal between the door and the washer, a leak or overflow in the soap dispenser, or a leak in the discharge side components. You could probably figure out the source if you could view these areas during a cycle, but that would require some disassembly of the cabinet so that you would need to know what you were doing.
Ours had a problem with water sloshing out of the soap cup during the cycle. The leak appeared under the left front. The fix was to remove the cup and just pour the soap into that section of the drawer. The only problem withthis is that you cannot add soap after you add the soap.
if the water is leaking during the fill cycle when the detergent is being added from the drawer ensure the draw is clear, if too much deturget rests has blocked the vent then water maybe running out on the inside.
if the problem is happening during the wash cycle this indicates a leak on your drum, ensure your door seal is intact and not leaking.
if the problem is during pumping, ensure that the pump is not causing a problem maybe open the bottom vent and ensure the cover is seated properly and pump is clear. also check the outlet pipe is not blocked or leaking and water is running back on the outside of the outlet pipe and under the machine
First check your washer plug to see if the connections are tightly screwed. Next check your filter if you haven't for long.
Remove the 3 screws at the bottom of the front panel under the washer door. Your filter door will be light brown. If you find a hose there it is to drain out excess water (water that could not be drained by your pump) After you hv drained unscrew the cap and remove all the junk inside. Have a large plastic bag to catch junk and water. Refit carefully after cleaning out. If not solved, something shd be blocking your pump, check this out
you can remve a few screws(3) across the bottom of the unit.( just above your "add-on" drawer. 3 torx 20 screws and after removing the acess panel youll get abetter look as to where exactly you water is coming from
Your leak could be coming from the rubber door seal. Inspect all the way around the rubber seal paying particular attention to the areas behind the rubber seal where it meets the wash tub. They wear with age and can develop small holes. When they start leaking it appears like water coming from under the machine. I hopes this helps.