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My Whirlpool Front load washer model#: GHW9100LW2 is leaking from the front door area

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First try cleaning seal, soap builds up and causes leaks. Inspect for any tears. If still leaks seal needs to be replaced. You can get parts from appliancepartspros.com they have good prices.

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