Water Leaking Whirlpool Washer



Learn How To Fix A Water Leaking Whirlpool Washer

The videos in this page are provided to help you learn what parts you need to check and replace to fix your Whirlpool direct drive washer when is leaking water. Watch the videos a few times until you know how to do what I am showing you in the videos.

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A broken water valve could be the reason for the washer leaking. Also bad solenoids could keep the water valve opened and the tub could overflow. Check the video below to learn how to check & replace the water valve assembly.




A loose hose connected to the water pump could be the cause of a water leak from the washer. The main reason why a water pump may leak are cracks to the body of the pump. Watch the video to see how to check & replace the water pump properly.




The tub use a rubber center water seal to be able to install the  tub over the brake & drive tube and prevent water from leaking out.




These outer tubs are made of hard plastic and sometimes they develop a cracks on it and water leaks out of it. 




Another part that water could leak from are the fill hoses. I don't have any video on that but if your washer is leaking water you should check it out.







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