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Can I please have the Full model number of the unit to better assist you ?
ok If it is leaking at the door it can only be the door boot/gasket .I suspect either the clamps were tightened too tight and the boot has come loose or the boot is ripped or torn .
Did you remove the top or bottom front panel to look to see where the unit was leaking from?
Or have you not been there yet?
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yes if the boot is too tight it can just roll right off the front lip of the washer.
You should be able to open the door and check that .
If it is in place. then remove the top panel and then the front bottom panel and run it to see if you can see where the water is coming from.