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The problem is not a leaking soap container. The problem is that it is overflowing because the line from it to the washer tub is clogged. This happens mostly when using powdered detergents. Check you operating instructions for soap dispenser cleaning procedures.
Disconnect first the mains, power plug off the wall. You could have a clog in your soap drawer; pull the dispenser drawer completely out. There is a tab that needs to be depressed to release the drawer to remove. Clean the soap drawer with an old tooth brush. The usual block could be old soap, softener, etc. (you could also be using too much soap powder). I usually use just above 125ml (my measure cup says ml, I use front loader powder for the 5.5kg load) The wash is very gud. This is the normal issue that will cause water to leak out of the dispenser housing. Wash the dispenser drawer thoroughly with warm water. Make sure that you pull off the siphon covers and wash all siphon holes. This process is described in your owner's manual. Next could be one of hoses has become loose, should be re-fixed. Examine by removing top of the front loader; this will give you a gud view of the pipes.If helped, click.
If you have water coming out of the detergent drawer, then i would suspect a clogged drain hose at the back of the drawer. If you take the lid off , (disconnect from mains ) at back of drawer small hoses take the soap powder to the drum. these can block with soap powder, ( gently push some wire or flex down pipe) dont pierce the pipe , be gentle. had this problem myself. pete
This can be either one of the solenoids in the dispenser has failed, the timer is not sending the signal to let the softener in, or the water is not circulating through the dispenser to flush it through. The water hose to the dispenser will occasionally plug up. Check the hose first, it's the cheapest to unplug it. ;-) Oh, I have seen the wires to the solenoids just simply come unplugged too.
I would check the inlet hose from the bottom of the soap dispenser where it goes into the drum for a soap blockage.
undesolved powder can build up here and prevent the water entering the drum
You can access this hose by removing top cover.
the hose is on the left side front.
This should solve your problem.
Please leave feed back.
The lower left panel is a filter that should be cleaned out regularly - the filter
is also connected to the drain pump which rids the washer of the water.
When you clean the filter out - make sure you have a bowl or Tupperware
handy that holds about 2 quarts - slowly remove the filter and the
water will drain into the bowl. Clean out any debris and reassemble. If
the filter is not seating properly in its seat - water will leak from
the small hose - the filter is what blocks the water from coming out of