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Washing machine has a water leak cannot find any manuals to find problem hopefully someone may have an idea

ASHING MACHINE HAS A WATER LEAK

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  • scottleann May 31, 2009

    hi the make and model no are LG fuzzy logic WF-T753A any ideas or help would be great thanks

  • scottleann May 31, 2009

    hi checked the back of washing machine it says model# WF-T753A don't know if is will help

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HI, Could I get a model # so I can assist you better? I can see exactly what model you have and give you ideas on what it might be.

Thanks
Vic

Posted on May 31, 2009

  • Victor
    Victor May 31, 2009

    I am sorry but the # isn't coming up. Is that the whole number found on the label of the washer?

    If you tip the washer back against the wall and look underneath, can you see the motor, pump, & transmission?

  • Victor
    Victor May 31, 2009

    I.m sorry, I can not look these up. I thought LG was made by General Electric

    You might have to repost your question so another tech can help you.

    I am sorry for taking up your time

    Vic

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The water level in a front loader should always be below the door line so consequently it should not be possible for water to leak out the door unless there is a problem with the actual door seal itself.

However if you are using too much, or incorrect type of detergent, the washer may be producing too much suds. Too much suds can cause door to leak.
Other causes of a leak which appears to be coming from the front but is on fact coming from elsewhere: Check the water inlet hoses. Check the drain hose. Check the standpipe (upright drain pipe used instead of a sink), or the wash sink connections. These will often be the actual source of a leak. When they leak the water can roll under the washing machine and appear at the front.

Also check this link for a good description of how to troubleshoot leaks happening at various stages during the cycle.

http://www.repairclinic.com/Washing-Machine-Troubleshooting#Itleaks

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