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Leaking underneath machine

Leaking water

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You need to look & try to see here the leak starts from, We can't see from here. There are 4 or 5 possible sources of leaks on an Aquasmart. When you can tell us where the water is coming from then I can advise you what to do to fix it.

Posted on May 09, 2016

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Hi there..... mine did the same a couple of months ago, kept towels around, monitored, seemed to stop after some days (uses); Any update on yours ? Self-healed, Repairman, or Replaced ?

Posted on Nov 16, 2014

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    I found that the top of the (black) recirculating pipe was damaged by the inner bowl due to out of balance issues. When the machine is filling water starts dripping down this pipe onto the floor. A cheap fix is to repair the pipe with silicone or a new pipe is relatively cheap.

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