Several things can cause a washer to start leaking from the bottom including a loose hose. To determine if this is the issue, users should pull the washer away from the wall after disconnecting it from the electrical out... More »

There is not a standard-sized gasket to fit all Maytag washer doors. The gasket needed to stop a washer from leaking depends on the washer model. More »

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The first step in repairing a leaking Maytag Neptune MAH5500BWW washer is to determine the source of the leak. Common conditions that cause a washer to leak include cracked drain pumps, worn-out door boot seals and clogg... More »

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The first step is loosening the cylinder with a pair of pliers to look at the hose or pipe. Shine the inside of the pipe with a light to find the clog and pour hot water to loosen the blockage. Remove the clog from the p... More »

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Draining a washer requires a manual approach by using a bucket or drain hose. The source of the standing water in a washer could be traced to a clogged pump, which requires going in and fishing out the blockage. You need... More »

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To fix a leaking Legacy washer, replace the drain pump, change the tub-to-pump hose, and then replace the tub seal. Most washer parts cannot be repaired and must be replaced if damaged. More »

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Sometimes water stops draining due to a kink in the drain hose. Pull the washer out from the wall, and check for kinks before beginning. If there are no kinks, clearing the drain pump and filter may fix the issue. This i... More »