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Water going in washer is pouring out the bottom of the washer. Pedestal is full of water.

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  • lauripat Feb 07, 2010

    There is no rip or tear in the boot that I can see or feel. I removed the top and all the hoses are attached. I turned it on to see if water was coming out of any hoses. It starts to fill, then water just pours out of the bottom. Left side as you face the washer (might just be slightly lower floor on that side). In looking down through the insides of the washer from the top, I cannot see or feel any water by reaching inside as far as my arm will go. Any other ideas?

    Thank you.

  • lauripat Feb 11, 2010

    As it turns out, there is a filter in the hose connecting to the pump. That filter was seriously clogged.. After cleaning that out, and replacing it, the washer is working fine. Thank you for your help.

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Take the two screws out from underneath the bottom panel in the front and remove the panel. You should be able to see where it is leaking. You may find that the hose leading to the pump near the front is the problem or the pump itself. Let me know if you need more help. Good luck.

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Well it is one of two things the hose on the drain pump came off or the detergent dispenser draw and water feed line is broken or off. You will have to fin out were the water is leaking from which side left or right if it is the right then it is the drain pump pull the bottom plate off the washing machin and use a flash light to look inside to see if the black hose to the drain pump is off or broken. If it is on the left side it is from the detergent dispenser drawer and slide that is causing the water to flow onto the floor. Pull the top off and you will be able to see the water feed slide that the water flows into the drum on to see if it is out of place or broken.

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  • Heath Moyer Feb 08, 2010

    It has to be leaking from the hose the connects to the pump. If you take the lower panel off from the fron you should be able to see the black hose that connects to the pump it may be coming from the pump housing itself so I would check around the pump that has to be where it is leaking from.

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The first thing I would check is your rubber boot that goes around the door. Its very common for these boots to get a tear in them. When the washer is filling the water comes in from the top left hand corner of the boot. You can reach your hand up there and you should feel the plastic piece that hooks into the hole in the boot. Make sure it has not popped out of place.
To replace the boot (part# 134515300 approx $135) you have to remove the spring clamp around the front of the boot. Just take a pair of needle nose pliers and pull down on the spring. (Its located at 6oclock) Then fold the boot inwards and you will feel the rear clamp. These are sometimes a spring clamp or it will have a phillips bit on it and needs to be unscrewed to remove the clamp. You may need to remove the square bit screws at the bottom of the access panel to get better access to the clamp.
Then assemble in opposite order. When installing the new boot work around in a circle feeding it into place. Do not try to go from one side to the other its nearly impossible. This can be a very frustrating job if you have never done it before.
If there is no rip in the boot you can remove the top panel there will be 3 screws in the back. You then just push back on the top panel (towards the rear of the unit) it will slide out and off. You can then check your fill hoses for leaks from there.
Let me know how it goes. Good Luck _MJ_

Posted on Feb 07, 2010

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