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Water comes out of the soap dispenser its a brand new samsung model # is WF9854RWE i put soap into the dispenser closed the door and when it started to fill with water out of the soap dispenser door water was dripping out

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Hey im having exactly the same problem with my samsung WF9854RWE and after the load of washing is done when you open the draw water spills out everywhere.

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Here is a few tips that might help you out
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Best regards Mike
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