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Leaking from the front

I have the ge whre5260e waher and it's leaking under the front of the washer.Possible causes?? The washer was in storage for a few months then moved and now leaks????

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Take a butter knife and release the two clips on the top of the front panel (look in the seem between the top and front panel and push the butter knife directly into the clips), this will release the front panel from the machine. then you can see where the water is coming from.

Posted on Jun 27, 2008

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