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Front-Loading Clothes washer Model 796.4027# We overloaded

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Front-Loading Clothes washer Model(###) ###-#### ***** overloaded the washer and it was out of balance and water came onto the floor. Discharge hose is connected and has no holes. Is it possible that the water leaked out between the door seal and the drum or in that area? In which case the repair would: Don't overload the washer!
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  Appliance Medic replied 1 year ago.

Hi, if water leaked out of the door seal and the drum or that area you would have a ripped/torn door seal. Take the top off and see if you can pinpoint where the leak is coming from exactly. Also look around the door seal with a flash light. You might spot a tear or rip in the seal.

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