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Water leaks/pours out

As soon as you turn on the washer to fill with water, it comes pouring out. Not sure where from, but when I turned it over to look inside it from the bottom, a brass pin fell out - have no idea where it belongs. The leak is not from the hose connectors - could it be the pump? If so, how would you replace it. Thanks.

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Its very difficult to answer your question since different machines use different pumps. as for the leak my guess is either a hose has disconnected/torn at the pump or inlet water valve.

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INVESTIGATE FIRST:
Step 1: Remove the front panel of the wash basin
Step 2: See if the clear tube in the left hand side of the basin is disconnected - this will take all of the over-fill water and pour right onto the floor. This happens if the wash cycle becomes too aggressive.
Step 3. Reconnect the clear hose and use a BINDER CLIP (same as you'd use on a stack of papers) to secure the hose and keep this from happening again.

Reach out to me if this doesn't resolve your problem.
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Posted on Aug 24, 2009

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