All owners of washers even can’t expect that after some years of usage, they can get problem with leaking water. It's a terrible thing. Today we will discuss how to troubleshoot leaking water in washer Kenmore model 110.
First of all, need to find a source of leaking. It’s easy to do. Let’s check!
Make sure your washing machine is on a level surface. If the washing machine is not level, the water will run and it will be more difficult to find where the water leaking.
Quick fixes. Problem could be even in overload. If you're trying to load up the washer with too many clothes, that can cause water to leak out. If you have a new washer Kenmore model 110, make sure the manufacturer's drain plug is removed. That could be a problem with leaking water. Make sure the drain hose is properly secured in the drainpipe. Make sure the drain isn't clogged. After check, start normal cycle, and watch if water leaking. If leak, watch where dripping.
Common cause of leaking in washer - supply hoses. Old or damaged hoses need to change. To change hoses follow our instructions step-by-step.Turn off the water main or shutoff valve.
Unscrew the supply hoses with pliers. Examine the hoses. If they look old and corroded, replace the hoses.
If the hoses are still in good shape, replace the internal washers.
Make sure all of the connections are tight and secure before using the washer again. If your washing machine is still leaking you may need to call out an engineer to take an expert look at it.