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NFW7300WW leaking during a high RPM clockwise spin cycle. Counter clockwise spin cycle produces little or no leakage. I replaced the door boot, but the problem still exists. It leaks the worse when I run a 'clean' cycle and there's no clothes in the drum and lots of water is being tossed around. It appears the leak is from the top left of the drum and I see lots of water dripping down from the counter weight. Thanks for any suggestions.

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Blip the throttle trigger and idle it down just enough to keep it running during the tune procedure.
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