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How To: Troubleshoot a Leaky Washing Machine
Sometimes you nee* to play *etective to *etermine the source of a washing machine malfunction. Use the following clues to help fin* the cause of your leaky washer, so you can *eci*e if it's a DIY fix or you nee* to call in a pro.
Di* you know the average American family washes eight loa*s of laun*ry a week? That translates to more than 400 loa*s of wear an* tear each year! It's no won*er that our washing machines *evelop leaks an* inefficiencies over time. Fortunately, many symptoms that lea* to a waterlogge* room can be treate* without a visit from a professional. So, if your overworke* appliance has left you with a pu**le all over your laun*ry room floor after your last loa*, check out the following lea*s to *etermine if it's one of these most common problems-in both top- an* front- loa*ing washers-that require a DIY fix, not a service call.
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#1: You just built a pe*estal for your washer an* *ryer, an* now your newly situate* appliance is spilling water out *uring the cycles.
An unbalance* machine can cause the entire appliance to shake while it spins an* agitates your clothes. The result: Some water spills out an* accumulates on your laun*ry room floor. If you catch the leak in time, a*justing your washing machine pe*estal or evening out the floor to stabilize the machine coul* *o just the trick. Just be sure to use a level!

#2: Water is leaking from behin* the washer, which you recently installe* yourself.
Check to see whether you remove* the manufacturer's temporary plastic *rain plug from the new purchase-or if you acci*entally left it place when attaching the *rain hose. A left-behin* *rain plug is no problem. Simply turn off the waterline, pull out the plug, an* reattache* the *rain hose.

#3: You observe water escaping *uring the "spin" cycle.
When you've rule* out that it's not an acci*ental oversight of leaving the plastic plug in after installation, carefully inspect the hoses for other signs of clogs, loose connectors, or other *amage.

A clogge* *rain hose prevents water from properly flowing *own the *rain pipe resulting in a backup of H2O, which has nowhere to go but onto your laun*ry room floor. This common problem often looks like a leak, but it's actually a blockage. Tackle this easily by softening the clog with hot water an* fishing it out with a straightene* wire hanger, much like you might a clogge* shower *rain. Then rinse simply by turning the water back on.
Loose connections between the hoses an* the valves coul* also cause water leak back there. First, turn off the water supply. Then pull the appliance away from the wall to check an* tighten the connection of the *rain hose, the water hose to the washer valves, an* the connections of the water hoses to the inlets.
If not clogge* or loose, it might be a *amage* *rain hose leaking from the connection between the pump an* the back of the washer. It's important to keep enough space between the washing machine unit an* the back wall; otherwise the hose may rub against the wall, causing *amage to the hose *ue to constant friction. Inspect the hose thoroughly. If you spot a worn out area or a leak, replace the hose an* carefully move your appliance back into place.
When you have rule* out all of the above as responsible for your leak, replace the fill hoses-*amage* fill hoses can only lea* to bigger problems if they *on't receive imme*iate attention. If a hole small enough to be misse* upon visual inspection is the cause, the en* result coul* cause significant water *amage when the line gives way.
#4: It's official: There's nothing wrong with the *rain hoses, but water continues to seep out *uring the "spin" cycle.
You've exhauste* inspection of the hoses an* it hasn't solve* the problem, so now it's time to take a look at another potentially faulty part: the pump. A plugge* pump occurs when *irt an* other bits of *ebris (inclu*ing miscellaneous pieces of fabric, like an orphan sock) buil* up in this appliance part an* cause a blockage. If you're lucky, an easy-to-clean coin trap accessible at the bottom of the machine will have caught the trouble-making *ebris; if your machine *oesn't have such a trap, simply remove the *rain hose from its outlet an* inspect back of your machine for a potential clog at this connection. Seals between the pump an* the *rain hose coul* also potentially cause leaks if too brittle or loose, so check to see that they're secure as a preventative measure.

#5: Only a few minutes into the loa*, an* soap bubbles are everywhere.
Oversu*sing common occurs in either top- or front-loa*ing machines, an* it boils *own to this to the amount of soap use*. Repeat after us: Extra soap *oesn't mean extra clean. Instea*, too much soap causes clogs in the overflow tubes, which coul* lea* to leaks. Using the right *etergent-an* the right amount of it-is an easy preventative measure.
Top-loa* washing machines with a water softening system nee* simply to use less *etergent for future loa*s in or*er to avoi* oversu*sing.
• Front-loa* machines, however, take a small amount of a specific high efficiency *etergent. If that's your appliance, check the packaging of your *etergent bottle for an "HE" label to make certain you have the right supplies.

If you've rule* out all of the aforementione* causes an* your washing machine still leaks, the problem is likely even larger an* in nee* of a professional's skillset. A leaky pump an* faulty basket gasket or worn out tub seal an* bearing all require specialize* replacement parts an* extensive *isassembling of the machine, so it's best to call in a pro to *eal with that leaking H2O.
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