My washer is leaking from underneath. It appears to be close to the front that the water is coming from. How do I even go about checking to see what the problem is? Are there hoses or something that could be lose? Please tell me what the easiest way in determing the issue is.
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water coming from the bad seal on the shaft. Lift agitator, bolt underneath, loosen pull out basket. From spindle. ..seal underneath. Must take cover off first. Slide a butter knife at edges in front at seam. there's a two ,clips. in there. Usually 2 bolts up towards top on inside edge of front cover. Make sure power cord unplugged.turn basket upside down. You will see seal.
You need to remove the kick panel (under the front door). There are two screws at the very bottom of the kick panel, one in each corner.
This will give you visibility to see where the leak is coming from.
On the right hand side is the drain pump. The black hose goes from the pump,out the rear and into your drain pipe. It is secured by a clamp and is one possible source of leak.
If that connection is dry, look underneath the tub where the two parts, front and back of drum, come together. there is an o ring sealing the two sections and this is another source of water leak. (major problem is this is leaking)
Failing this you will just have to trace the source of the leak. You may have to take off the top of the washer to check the water inlet hoses which run on the top of the machine but would still show as a leak under the machine. Good luck.
open the door though, put your hand around the rubber boot assy, run *** all aroundlooking for small tears, and or holes, if so replace it. only other thing to do is remove the lower access panel and watch it spin a load and youll be able to detect where te waters coming from
Your leak could be coming from the rubber door seal. Inspect all the way around the rubber seal paying particular attention to the areas behind the rubber seal where it meets the wash tub. They wear with age and can develop small holes. When they start leaking it appears like water coming from under the machine. I hopes this helps.
Carefully look at the door gasket to see if any irregularity in seal. Could be problem with door seal; or you could easily change door mechanism thru a spare part shop quoting your model and spare-part No or "door mechanism"