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Water is leaking out of the bottom of washer. It runs the cycle fine

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Move the machine away from the wall so that the rear may be accessed. The evacuation hose is below the tub level and there are a couple of hoses to check from the rear area of the machine. If necessary, remove the rear panel with eight or more screws and set aside. Check the hose that evacuates water to the rear hose mount. These two areas may show evidence of the leak. If possible, run a cycle or two with the rear panel off and visually check for the leak(s).

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