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Asko Washer leak

We have noticed our washing machine leaks during washes.  It runs through the cycles, but upon closer inspection, can see the water trickling from the bottom when we lift it up.  I lifted one side about 2" to find the source and found it leaking on the opposite side.  However, when I lifted the opposite side, the side I previously lifted leaked in the back corner.  
I can soak up a gallon of water after a few washes.  Is it a minor problem on the verge of being a bigger one?  Help!

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Remove the bacpanel, and locate the leak. Be careful for moving parts, and electricity.
It may leak from the pump or from a hose or so.

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1. Find out where the leak is coming from. Does it leak constantly or during one part of the cycle?
A constant leak means the leak is in the valve where the hoses hook to the washer, the supply valves, or the lines to the washer from the water supply.
The other two options are when the washer is agitating or pumping the water out between cycles.

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Results may not be immediate as it would take a few minutes for whatever water there to finish dripping.

3. Wait until the water has been pumped out, lift the lid and check the drip again.
When the location of the leak has been determined, unless the washer has been frozen, most leaks can be fixed without parts and just using hand tools.
If you have an older, top load washer, the back or front will come off so you can observe where the leak is coming from.

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You must take your time and not put your hand or hair in somewhere that can catch you.
You should not have to get into the upper control center, thus reducing the shock hazard.

4. Before turning the machine on, remove a cover. On some washers, there are two screws on the bottom L & R front corners that take the front panel loose.
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5. Take a flashlight, look for obvious leaks or better, water stains around nuts, hose clamps, etc.
Most likely you'll see some water residue here and there and that would be normal as a washer is wet. Look for puddles, long white streaks, calcium deposits.
Most likely, you won't find standing water, but some clues of where you should look when the machine is running.
Unless this leak is so obivous you can see what's wrong, you don't need to start it and you should repair the problem.
Once possible areas have been identified, you should start the machine as if you had a load in it and start to watch for the leak.

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Once the machine is full and starts its cycle, look for leaks.
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Once you find a drip, stop the machine by lifting the lid or pulling out on the control knob, and now observe more closely.
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