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Look to see how many 1/4" hex screws are on the back. Many washers have a cover-plate that allows access to the internal parts. Unplug the washer and then shut off the water supply. Just be very careful and you should be OK.
Lool on this site for F1 fault. Apparently a very known problem, seems with control pcb. I called Whirpool today on a machine purchased in 4/07 with a 4 year extended warrenty from Lowes, and they didn't even question it. Said a repairman would be out to replace part and parts and labor are covered by Whirpool. Call them at their 1800 #, Mention it's the infamous F1 fault, have model and seriel # at rear of top load door ready for the technical help person, and they'll take care of it.
Your water inlet valve is leaking through. Turn off the water. Remove the hoses from the washer. Clean the sediment screens in the water valve and replace the hose. If that does not solve the leak through problem,the water inlet valve will have to be replaced. Use the attached video to show how to access the inside of the washer in the event the water valve needs replacing.
pull cap off top of agitator remove round cover underneath remove bolt in middle holding agitator down pull agitator up and out pull top portion off by holding bottom half down and pulling top part straight up in center of top part are what are known as agitator dogs either black or tan replace them they are probably worn whirpool part #80040