Question about Washing Machines
Start by removing the front panel, have a flashlight or other light source, then starting a wash cycle I would do a regular on the small setting. Start looking for the source of the water drips etc?
if you dont find any thing during the fill process or wash agitate I would stop machine and then turn to spin, again look for the leak source.
If you find the pump is leaking, you need to replace the pump, you can find parts on line, I like Partselect.com or repairclinic.com or some local in your area.
If you find some thing else is leaking come back and ask more questions. It maybe a tub seal and that is not a do it yourself job, special tools are required.
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
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