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There is a filter on the drain pump. You should clean it out and see if that is the problem. You can take the bottom panel off the front if this is a front loading machine. If not you need to lay the washer down so that you can see the bottom. Be ready for lots of water! The drain plug is large and it unscrews.
the seal might look ok but don't forget the seal could crack on the bottom, any time the washing machine stops and the water settle
there's more water at the bottom half so the bottom of the seal takes more abuse. so I would replace the sealer and if you can buy a little thicker one.
unplug machine take small panel off on bottom front of your washer, there should be a twist knob on pump, unscrew this (bearing in mind water will come out) you will find a strainer that catches debris before going through pump, clean out debris and re-intall. plug machine back in and try again.
On this washer the seal was replaced ?Did it stop leaking after the seal was put in ? Front load hatch on this is in front area located on the bottom(base).Remove the front to gain access and you can now reach the pump and look for any blockage.After you have found and removed the blockage,run the washer again and if any water leaks remain call your local servicer .You may have a bad front boot (seal) or its just loosened and it need to be re- tightened.Any water leak should be repaired ASAP so you dont have even more damage to the machine and your home.If the repairman cant stop the leak on his first visit than have the Boot replaced on his second visit.