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There is also a discharge lint filter on the front lower left that has to seal properly. If the water appears only when washing, you can probably eliminate leaking from the water supply side up to the solenoids controlling the water. The most likely source is a leak in the rubber section between the tub and the front door, a leak in the seal between the door and the washer, a leak or overflow in the soap dispenser, or a leak in the discharge side components. You could probably figure out the source if you could view these areas during a cycle, but that would require some disassembly of the cabinet so that you would need to know what you were doing.
To find the cubic volume, get a tape measure or yardstick. Measure from the back of the tub to thee front lip, note the inches. Then measure the diameter of the tub, top to bottom of door should be close.
Multiply the 2 measurements. Divide the product by 144. the result will give you cubic feet.
EXAMPLE: back to front of tub 30 inches X 20 inches diameter of tub = 4.16 cubic feet of space..