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 Posted: Fri Sep 24th, 2010 08:49 pm
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:shock:Came home to a flooded laundry room while #2 stepson played videogames.  Shut off machine on the spin cycle ----- still leaking profusely.  siphoned out the rest of the water and, after griping to #2 about overloading washers, again:X took machine outside for a better looksee.   turned machine on and tub began to fill. After 10 seconds water began to leak from underneath the machine near the discharge hose outlet.  % second after that another stream of water come out from underneath the front of the machine on the same side as the previous leak. ---- Fill tud with approximatly 3inche maybe four gallons on water and shut it off.  It still leaked and the tub completly within 6 minutes.   Not only would I like to know what the problem might be but would be much obliged to have some advice on knocking this baby apart for a better look-see.

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Sounds like you have a couple things happening:

1. the famous spin during agitate problem causing water to slosh over the top of the tub and

2. a leaking tub seal.

Either of these, IMHO, render this cheese-ball machine toast-- not worth the time and trouble to repair. Both problems? Crispy critter.



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