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Old 04-17-2009, 04:14 PM
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This may be a problem, or it may not be. Hopefully not but lets see.

Use a level to make certain the machine is level across the front. Make sure the floor around the machine is dry, then run a full load and watch the machine to see if it leaks again. It could be that you had a highly unbalanced load which resulted in the water sloshing out of the machine, and you want to eliminate this as a cause before proceeding and getting an expensive service call.

If it continues to show a water leak, please post back with your model number and we will give you some ideas of how to check it out.
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