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Whirlpool washer LSQ9110PW3 discharges water into floor during rinse cyle.

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    Toby Norton May 11, 2010

    Have you checked the level on the unit? Since these units do spray rinses, if the unit is off level the tub will move away from the spray arm allowing it to get water on the floor. The front legs screw in and out so level the front left to right. Once these are set, pull the console towards yourself until you hear a click and set it back down. This will re-level the rear legs. (they can get off level by an off balance load).

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Since I haven't heard back on this in over a week, I will assume it's been resolved with the clarification questions.

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