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Water is leaking from the under side of my washing machine what could be the problem?

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You may have just a loose clamp, You will have to access the underside to check. Get help and tilt the mach. forward, look under in the location of the leak for a loose clamp or cracked hose. Thats about all it can be.

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Check all hose connections, fill tub check for leak while full, then drain and check pump while draining. Also while tub is full use a flashlight and look where trans goes into tub if you see a leak in the center then it is your center seal.

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