Question by  stphaniecostello87 (159)

How can I troubleshoot a water leak from my washing machine?


Answer by  LeheckaG (1826)

Turn your power & water off. Remove the back, front, and/or side-panels from your-washing-machine, so that you can get a better look at the insides. Carefully, Turn your water & power ON; STAYING-CLEAR of MOVING-PARTS & (possibly-electrified)water: Load & start your-washer, and Observe your-washer's insides FROM-BOTTOM-TO-TOP for your water-leak.


Answer by  kennethjgoodson (4903)

The best thing to do is to find out where the water is coming from and go from there. If it is a hose just get a new one.


Answer by  ram123 (30)

First step is to indentify the place of leakage and mark that place with the light ink. If it is very small point of place we can use liquid paste


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well, if there is a leak make sure that all parts are in place. Check to see if the lid is closing correctly. Check to see if all of the outlets are leading to the correct place. If everything is wired correctly, then you know there is a manufacturer's defect.


Answer by  Mollichella (445)

The first thing I would do would be to check all of the nuts and lugs to make sure that they are secure.


Answer by  ConnorLee (40)

water leaks are caused be cracks or loose connections in the water hoses. simply search for the troubleshooting section in your owners maunal and follow the directions given there. If that doesn't work simply call your local repair service and get an repair estimate, if low cost have them fix it if not find another way.


Answer by  maggie860 (46)

Turn it on and watch where the water is coming out from. If its mechanical it should come out from the bottom or backside


Answer by  ilango (226)

if the waterisleak from washing machine first thing you have to check all pipes connected from inlet to out is correct andnot perished. next you check the washers of pipe.


Answer by  countrygal (164)

The way I fine a water leak in my washer is that I check for leaks in the water hose and where there connceted to the faucet and to the washer. Then I check the drain hose. I would also be checking the pump for leaks and the washer to see if the tub is leaking.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

follow the leak back from the bottom of the washer to the source of where it is coming from first thing to check is the pump.

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