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Machine leaks at beginning of rinse cycle

Machine works fine through was cycle. however, water goes everywhere at rinse cycle. have checked hoses and drain and they're ok.

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  • cwheat Mar 03, 2008

    water is coming out the back and bottom. not around the door. plus, the softener remains in the dispenser. my guess is the water isn't passing through the correct route to drain the softener and pass into the tub.

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    water drains from bottom on rinse and spin cycle

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    PowerFoam Front Load Washer WF520ABP, I start a cycle and when you get the rinse cyle the machine will not drain water and I have cleaned the debris filter

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We seem to have solved our leak problem by lowering water pressure. I turned down the supply faucets. We had our water supply pipe replaced recently, and now we have a much higher water pressure. Perhaps you don't see the leak until the rinse cycle because the first leak is absorbed into the foam on the bottom. The soap dispenser isn't water-tight.

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Have you checked the rubber seal round the door might be torn

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