Question about Washing Machines
Most top loaders are not water tight. They are splash resistant. I'm guessing that your water level is too high or you are loading your clothing into a machine that is already full of water raising the water level excessively.
If you allow your machine to fill with no clothes for test purposes, you should see a level about 3 inches below the top of the agitator. If it is higher than that, I suggest that you investigate why or use a lower water setting.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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