Question about Washing Machines
your machine is having a worn out seal, and this is why water is leaking from the from.
You will have to trace where the water is leaking, in order to get to the exact leaking spot. There is a seal there which must have worn out and this is the reason why the water is leaking.
You will have to replace the seal in order to stop the water from leaking. You might have to disassemble the machine to get to the seal and then you can replace the worn out seal.
Apart from the worn out seal, the (water) pump might be defective and needs replacement. Also a bad or rusty hose/pipe can cause water to leak.
Just trace the leaking spot as suggested above and you will know precisely where it's leaking from and necessary replacement can be made.
I hope you understand the above...
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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