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My washer leaks from the bottom during rinse cycle.

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  • juliensales Jul 22, 2008

    I have the same problem but my leak is being caused by two holes in the bottom of the tub basin, has anyone ever heard of this before?



    Why would they use a plastic tub???



    bjulien.tubex@acmesaw.com

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Possibly from drain pump. or tub seal. you will need to look inside cabinet to tell where from. please post model for more info.

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