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My washer is leaking...

My washing machine is leaking water from underneath the machine. I have checked the rubber washers and they are fine. Please help me...I'm trying to be Martha Stuart and Mike Holmes in one and getting no where fast.
The brand of washer/dryer is: General Electric Spacemaker. They're stackable.(If that helps.)
Thanks for your help,
Kate Paylor.

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Re: My washer is leaking...

There are several items that can leak on the inside. I may be of some service to you. I need to know the model and serial number so I will know wich machine is being worked on.

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