- Tighten or replace the hose clamp. There should be a connection clamp where your washing machine drain hose meets the drainage pipe.
- Replace the tub seal.
- Clean the filter.
- Make sure your washer is leveled properly.
- Replace the coupler.
- Replace the water pump.
Is it worth fixing a leaking washing machine?
Repair: If the repair would cost less than 50% of the price of a new appliance and your machine still has several expected years of life left, a quick fix could be a cost-effective solution over replacing the entire washer. An active warranty can also make any repair worthwhile.
Can a washer leak from the bottom if overloaded?
Unleveled or overloaded washing machine: The washer can leak if it is overloaded or out of balance. Check to be sure the washer is level, reduce load sizes, and keep an eye out for the leak. This simple solution may solve the problem.
What are all the places a washing machine can leak?
- Understand How the Water Flows.
- 1) Loose Water Supply Valves or Hoses.
- 2) An Unsecured or Clogged Drain Hose.
- 3) Damaged or Disconnected Internal Water Hoses.
- 4) Broken or Disconnected Drain Pump.
- 5) Top Loading Washer: Damaged Tub Cover Gasket.