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washing machine leaks

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by mel52, 26 Jun 2014.

  1. mel52

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    we have a Aquarius WML 540..after each wash we find about an egg cup of water under the left front of the machine no where else, it started about a month ago fine up til then...we've had the lid off but can't see any thing wrong ???? mel[/b]
     
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    Just a thought, any chance the soap drawer is a bit clogged and it is spilling over a bit, or the water pressure has been increased. Otherwise could be loads of things, I guess it will be a throw bundles of fivers at the repair man job :cry:
     
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    Had machine apart....found the leak to be part of the back bit that leads into the soap dispenser, hard to describe but under the lid so not seen from the front as water spins out at end of wash it seems the force of the water is pushing under the back of soap dispenser it then drips onto the drum and runs down the left side,,,,Thought we had fixed it with mastic but leak now back.....any advice as how to fix leak as I do like my hotpoint thanks
     
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