Question about Washing Machines
The first thing you must do is to have a good observation of the fault. Since the leak is from the bottom side, you must check the hose , the hose clamps , the tub and the drain pump/valve.
The possible areas of leak can be from any of these, remove the couplings, clean and set them back.
Make sure also that there is no leak from a failure of the washer water seal on the spindle of the agitator. If so remove and change the seal and reset.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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