June 15, 2007, Newsletter Issue #46: My Washing Machine Has Water All Around

Tip of the Week

If you are noticing water collecting around your washing machine, there are a few things you should check. Your internal washer parts may not necessarily be to blame! 1. Check the connections to the water supply. 2. Inspect the hoses for cracks, leaks, and breaks. 3. Inspect the inside of your hoses for blockages. 4. Inspect the outer washer tub for cracks, rust, holes, or other signs of wear. You may have other problems with washing machine parts, but use the list for your initial troubleshooting. If you must stand in water while inspecting the machine, do not touch your washing machine while it is plugged in.

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