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Water leaks under door

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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  • Anonymous Mar 10, 2009

    After a normal washing cycle, there is water on the floor. No error code. It still washes and clean normal, just leaks water on the from.



    I double check the hoses on the back and there is no leaks. It looks like it is coming out from the bottom of the washer.

    Help!

  • corona99 Mar 12, 2009

    Thanks for the information! But, as my washer does not leak when on the longer (54 minutes) cycle, would it be the door seal in my case too? Corona99

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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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  • jack arons Mar 12, 2009

    check the door seal a common problem depends on spin speed and how the rubber seal moves in reaction to the vibration of the machine

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