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Whirlpool washer my floor is cover with a really sticky water. only the far right half of washer has the water under it and then to the right of washer for about 4'. im also getting an f-24 error message. any ideas

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Disconnect power first.
Open the bottom access panel (3 screws on front bottom lip)
and inspect the pump area ,
while your there open the filter in center ,
be ready for extra water to spill, have pan or rags ready.
inspect the hoses and clamps for leakage.
see that the filter has no objects. and that the pump moves freely.
the pump is on the right and may have a crack or just leaking.
you will find a service manual on the side down there look up the code . I have seen it posted that F24 is a water temp sensor error.
this error could be a combination of this since its leaking.
We will wait and see what you find first.

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Maybe too much soap powder
cut down soap and use low suds powder

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