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Good day, That's almost always a bad pump. It is located in the front middle of the machine, at the bottom. I'm enclosing a tutorial that is not limited to changing the pump, but it will get you there. Note: The screws for the top console are located in 3 different locations. Both bottom corners, both bottom corners but hidden by two plastic end caps, and lastly, on the back.
Your water inlet valve is leaking through. Turn off the water. Remove the hoses from the washer. Clean the sediment screens in the water valve and replace the hose. If that does not solve the leak through problem,the water inlet valve will have to be replaced. Use the attached video to show how to access the inside of the washer in the event the water valve needs replacing.
first off check for punctures in hoses,
a leaking pump (common issue, youll see water dripping from pump area)
search you tube for whirpool washer repair, for simple instruction for removing hte outer cabinet