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Leaking door I have water inside the door where the plastic is and it drips from the bottom. How can I fix it?

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Either replace the rubber seal or the entire door

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Posted on Jan 20, 2014

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SOURCE: Water leaking from bottom of door during wash cycle

I had a similar problem.  It turned out to be the overflow "sock".  It's a long plastic bag that hangs from the side of the tub.  You have to get the top open, and it will be on the left side.  Where it attaches to the tub, the plastic attachment has a rubber washer that gets flattened out after time allowing the attachment to get loose and leak.  Since I couldn't find the washer to replace it, I cut a piece of gasket material like you get from an auto parts place and placed it behind the foam washer.  This made the connection tight, and the leak stopped, thank God.

Posted on Oct 23, 2007

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jyackle5

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SOURCE: Kenmore Elite Front load washer leaking

You need to replace the rubber gasket around the door.

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

Arjun Komath

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SOURCE: My Kenmore top loading washing machine is leaking

This symptom usually indicates that you have a failed inlet solenoid water valve assembly. Completely unplug the washer from the electrical supply and see if the water stops filling. If it does, then you likely have a control board failure. This is rare but possible. If the water continues to fill with the washer unplugged from electricity, I recommend shutting off the hot and cold water supply faucets behind the washer. It is likely that the water will stop filling the washer. This would indicate that you have a failed water valve assembly.

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

honeymokey

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SOURCE: Our Kenmore top loader is leaking from the bottom.

This should help you. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ee_FoNQlSog

Posted on Apr 10, 2011

danny Hendrickson

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SOURCE: 1 gallon of water leaks out the bottom (overflow?) dripper with every load.

your pump seals are bad,this is a cover to keep the pump dry if something up above leaked,but from the pics it looks to be the pump especially with all the water leaking,just replace the pump unit

Posted on May 06, 2012

Testimonial: "thanks. replacing the pump looks straightforward."

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