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Water ends up on floor rather than in machine

When washer tries to fill with water, the water comes out the back and bottom of machine. How do I remove the panels to access the internal water connections. When I access the lines, what could be the problem?

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It could be a broken hose , use a flat screwdriver to open panels , most of washing machines panels are clip on , hope it helps , AJ

Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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