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Water leaking from the panel under the turn knob

Washing machine leaks during wash cycle. Water is coming from the panel underneath the turn knob to select program!

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Water comes in the back, then goes via to solenoid valves to the back of the powder tray, it then is distributed through holes above each compartment, take out the powder tray (push down the blue bit at the back of the softener compartment) and check for cracks or even blockages, (water goes from tray down the back and through a short rubber hose straight into the drum.

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yes your problem is up the line somewhere. you have to have water coming out of the fill line when the washing machine is unhooked.
you will have to locate the valve to turn on the water.

good luck

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Water leaking on fast spin


hi Eamon.
this is what i found from the internet.
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Sometimes a washing machine leaks on spin, but not before. If this is the case, either it's going into spin with too much water inside, or something may only be leaking under the pressure and tub movement caused by spinning.
If you can see water running out of the soap drawer during spin it's probably gone into spin without pumping the water away properly. If it wasn't pumping water out at all it would not go into spin, but a partial obstruction can reduce the flow enough to allow a spin with the water unable to escape fast enough. This causes water to be forced up into the drawer or out of the steam vent at the back. If you suspect this check the last section of this article - Washer leaks from drawer
If water is coming from underneath when it spins then it's more likely to be caused by something leaking only under pressure. Check the door seal all around inside for slits and small holes, especially higher up, which may only open up and let water out when the washer is bouncing around on spin.
Other possible causes are hoses inside the machine which have small holes which open up during spin or which leak where they connect to the tub under spin conditions. These type of leaks often leave tell-tale rust or dry detergent marks. After that there could be a crack or small hole high up in the plastic outer tub which only gets exposed to water when it's forced around the tub during spin.
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My washing machine is leaking a lot of water during a cycle - underneath in the front. Could there possibly by a back log of water? I have drained it, but it's a lot of water.


You will need to open up the front or rear panel and inspect the hoses before and during operation to see where the leak is. There are many Youtube videos on how to remove the panels. Good luck!

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You need to establish the area that you have seen the water pooling and trace it back if possible.Make sure you disconnect the machine from the power point before you conduct these checks. Is the water clean, dirty or oil contaminated. if you can't determine exactly where the leak is coming from try placing a chux cloth around a hose with a cable tie before a wash then check it on the completion of the cycle - make sure the chux cloth does not effect the operation of the machine.

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Whilst wash on, water leaks from the underneath of washing machine. but cant see where it is coming from


if the water is leaking during the fill cycle when the detergent is being added from the drawer
ensure the draw is clear, if too much deturget rests has blocked the vent then water maybe running out on the inside.

if the problem is happening during the wash cycle this indicates a leak on your drum, ensure your door seal is intact and not leaking.

if the problem is during pumping, ensure that the pump is not causing a problem
maybe open the bottom vent and ensure the cover is seated properly and pump is clear.
also check the outlet pipe is not blocked or leaking and water is running back on the outside of the outlet pipe and under the machine


I hope this was useful.

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Whirlpool ultimate care II washer is leaking water from underneath. any ideas?


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Washing machine leaking water from underneath


It is possible it is just a loose hose or it could mean your trmp or the tub itself is leaking. I would try going to the back of the machine and take off the bottom panel.and take off the back panel. After removal start it and observe where the leak is happening.

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you can remve a few screws(3) across the bottom of the unit.( just above your "add-on" drawer. 3 torx 20 screws and after removing the acess panel youll get abetter look as to where exactly you water is coming from

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