Washer Leaking Water from underneath?

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If your washing machine is leaking from underneath, it may not be as serious or as scary of a problem as you may think. There are different things you will need to consider. If you have water under the machine it could be coming from a different sources. One of the more common problems you may encounter is that you will need to replace the hoses that bring the water to your machine. You may also simply need to check the hoses underneath to make sure that they do not have cracks or leaks as well.
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You normally see water underneath your Whirlpool washing machine due to the fill or drainage hoses. Water drips out of these hoses and collects underneath or around your washing machine
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Before calling a repairman, check out the hose (for cracks) Alternatively, if the washer is located near the water heater, check to be sure that it is not leaking.
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Only when filling? Look for a leak/bad connection in the water supply line.
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Thank you!
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