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Leak from washing machine

Discussion in 'General DIY' started by Keitai, 29 Apr 2020.

  1. Keitai

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    Think it's the filter in bottom left hand side but water pouring out. Was it just not screwed in properly? Is this the filter? 20200429_091537.jpg 20200429_091448.jpg
     
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    Here we go again.

    Yes it's a filter, screw it back in and try a wash cycle and see what happens.

    Andy
     
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    Seems like cap wasn't lined up. Ok now.


    Should I undo the cap every now and then to let it drain as part of looking after machine?


    It's quite damp behind machine, any advice as do want to ruin the concrete flat floor 20200429_102727.jpg
     
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  5. Stop winding us up. Getting beyond amusing.
     
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    Is that 2p? Result!!
     
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    I'm just glad I'm not his wife
     
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