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The hose in the back or inside of the machine?

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Washing machine leaking from the bottom. I called a technician he told me it was the pump. I checked and i notice that the leaking comes from a black hose.


See if you can adjust the clamps
Get yourself a light and clean everything around hose so you can see where the leak is coming from. Sometimes the pump will spray the water and looks as the hose.

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First, make sure that the washing machine is not too close to the wall behind it. This could crimp the drain hose & force water out at the connection behind the machine. This could also crack/split the washer machine's port (to which the drain hose attaches). Second, check the hose clamp for a secure hold at the washer machine's port, & check the drain hose for leaks & for insertion in the drain tube at the wall.

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Our Super Plus GE machine leaks water during drain spin cycle. All hoses are clear, and connected properly. Leak appears to be inside the washer body behind where the drain hose connects to the mach


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It is so common that the drain leaks in many ways and is the most problematic fault in a washing machine. In all occasions it is important that your observation is most important and so is vital to the identification /rectification and solution. If you have noticed that water has leaked then as the drain hose pump/valve and fittings are located on the underside of the machine it is important that you look for possible leaks here. In some cases the drain hose would be clogged at the drain end to outlet of the house and so there will be back flushing resulting in overflow to the outside. Also the drain pump/valve can be clogged or the drain hose clamps can be loose on the grip which can all cause the leak to occur. Removing and cleaning the drain pump/valve, tightening of the hose is also very important. Also water can leak if there are gaps on the front door gaskets and must be checked but this will happen only during the cycle and not on the drain cycle end.

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http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/washing-machines/a/7

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Leaks water - not sure where it comes from. Thank


Coffee leaking into the drip tray could be from the brew unit or the front door assembly. Water leaking probably means a hose connection to the boiler has failed. Don't just leave it, fix leaks immediately. Besides the electrical danger, the rust on working parts from long term leaks can be extensive.

Are you confident? Operate the machine with all covers off to see where the leak comes from. Be extremely careful, ready to pull the plug at any moment. Touch nothing inside! Burning, scalding and electrified! Check both boilers very closely while making coffee, most leaks become obvious on close examination.

Most leaks are due to failed o-rings in the connectors at the end of the teflon hoses, usually at the coffee boiler. Replacing the o-rings should stop the leak.

Source replacement o-rings. Slide the hairpin c-clip out of the side of the white connector and pull the teflon hose out. Fish the old o-ring out of the connector with a small hook or point if it didn't come out with the hose. Place the new o-ring over the end of the hose, snug against the brass collar. push the hose back into the coupling being careful to go straight and true so as not to damage the new o-ring. Some force may be required, be careful not to kink the hose. Blunt needle nose pliers to push the rear of the brass collar usually does it. Replace the c-clip and test for further leaks before reassembling.

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sounds like it could be coming from the pump itself ( maybe a bad seal or a cracked hose connector ),, it could also be a bad/loose hose clamp. I run into this all the time and the way that I find the exact spot where it is leaking is to turn the machine around and loosen the back panel from the machine and use a towel to dry everything very well and then run the unit ( just fill part of the drum with water and then go straight to drain cycle ) look at the pump and hoses for any leaks,, it should be very clear where the leak is coming from --- if it is coming from the pump then remove,inspect and replace and all should be good. if it is just a hose then just replace the hose.
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Depending on where exactly the leak is coming from, it could be a drain hose, drain pump, or tub seal. If this is a top-loader, here's how you can tell:

1. If the leak is coming from the BACK area under the washer, this can be caused by a leaking fill hose, dispenser hose, drain hose, or fill valve.
2. If the leak is coming from UNDER the center area of the washer, this could be your tub seal, a crack in the tub, or an air dome hose leak. NOTE: If the air dome hose is leaking, the washer will fill continuously and not turn off.
3. If the leak appears to be coming from the FRONT under the washer, this could be your drain pump, or drain hoses.

Posting a model number, could assist with determining how your washer is configured. I suspect you may have a drain pump leaking as this is the most common cause, but I want to be sure.

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My washing machine keeps leaking from the bottom


For me there is not enough information. What hose did you replace and when does the machine start to leak ?

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If this only happens when the machine is filling the hose leading to the top of the tub may be leaking. Before it fills this hose is disconnected from the water supply by a closed solenoid valve. There are two valves which feed into a common hose that comes up to the top of the tub where the water runs into the tub. The leak does not happen after the tub fills because all the water leaks out and no new water runs in. These hoses are usually very small and very inexpensive and held on with clamps. They can usually be replaced by removing a small panel near the hose attachment location.

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