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Leak coming from bottom of washing machine

Washer is off and unplugged.  two days now and water is coming from underneath the machine.  what could be the problem????

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Re: leak coming from bottom of washing machine

It might not have totally emptied during the last cycle.  Try laying the hose where the water empties down.  The level of the hose needs to be lower than the water level to be able to drain.  Make sure you have a bucket to empty in to.

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