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Washer leaking I am having a problem with my washer. the problem is that everytime i wash a load of clothes the washer leaks from underneath. Could you tell me what could be causing this. It isnt alot of water but enough that if it would sit long enough our floor will start coming up.

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Bestsy, your pump could be weeping. Sometimes they will develope a small leak and sometimes they let loose. They are easy to change, 2 clips and 2 clamps. Check out the photo, other things to check would be the hoses at the fill valve and the drain hose. Sometimes overloading will cause an oversplash. Catriver..post back.

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