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White knight c42aw leaking water underneath at the front... What could this be?

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The pump motor housing is cracked
or the door seal is worn thru
you need to use a mirror and a light too have a good look with out too much effort
or lay the empty machine on its side
the opposite side from the soap drawer
to ident the source of the water
it could even be the drum hose connecting to the pump
or the O ring seal is missing from the pump filter tray securing screw {the big round white screw usualy behind a panel or flap if it has one }

Posted on Dec 04, 2014

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The drain pump is located at the front, underneath. The drain pump has probably failed and will need to be replaced.

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