Question about Washing Machines
Posted by Anonymous on
One possibility is you are using the wrong detergent or too much detergent and it is over sudding and causing a leak. try running the unit a couple of times without any detergent and see what happens. there may be residue detergent still in the unit as well that is why you need to run it a couple of times to flush it out.
if it still leaks you have probably got a split hose or the door seal has a hole in it if it is a front loader.
hope this helps
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