Common causes of washing machine leaks include a problem with the door seal, hoses or valves that need to be replaced, or connection issues. Diagnosing the exact cause of a washing machine leak depends on the location of... More »

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A washing machine that is leaking water during a wash or drain cycle requires a replacement drain pump if the leak is originating from the pump. However, a leaking washing machine could also be caused by the hose pipe, d... More »

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A GE washing machine may leak water due to using too much detergent, a problem with the water pump or water line to the machine, or household plumbing issues, according to the GE Appliance website. Oil leaks require repl... More »

Troubleshoot a washing machine by checking for common problems such as tripped circuit breakers, clogged drainage hoses and pumps and defective water inlet valves. Start by examining the simplest options such as tripped ... More »

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To change a door seal on a Whirlpool washing machine, unscrew the front and top panels, remove the dispenser drawer and control panel, release the ring clamp, remove the door and seal, insert the new seal, and reassemble... More »

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A GE washing machine may leak water due to using too much detergent, a problem with the water pump or water line to the machine, or household plumbing issues, according to the GE Appliance website. Oil leaks require repl... More »

With a metal Y-splitter, plumber's tape, a hot water hose, some garden hoses and a couple of screwdrivers, it is possible to hook a washing machine up to the kitchen sink. This works much more easily if the kitchen fauce... More »