ThanksCustomer Actually, the "C" is a "0" but yes, that helps alot!
Ok. Easiest way to see EVERYTHING inside the machine is to remove the cabinet. You cant just take the top of this kind of washer. Here are some instructions:
to access YOUR console screws, remove the #11 in the diagram endcaps.
Now you have FULL access to the machine. To RUN this machine with the cabinet off, make yourself a jumper wire and stick it in the connector for the lid switch between the two wires that are NOT
green . DO NOT PUT THE JUMPER IN WHERE THE GREEN WIRE IS in the connector, you will blow you circuit breaker.
Now, you can see EVERY part of the machine and determine EXACTLY where the leak is. Let me know what you find and I will help you fix it you need me to.
Check near #26 and #18 carefully during fill on the rear panel, this is the fill valve and the assciated hoses, also check your supply hoses from hour wall to the machine