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wsuber4

02:54PM | 06/13/09
Member Since: 01/16/06
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My Whirlpool Model #LSR7233DQ0 leaks water during filling up and washing cycles. Cannot pinpoint problem. Assistance would be appreciated.

DanO

03:18AM | 06/14/09
Member Since: 11/11/02
2271 lifetime posts
** Cannot pinpoint problem. Assistance would be appreciated. **

Put a piece of cardboard under the washer and watch for the first signs of drips. Then inspect any components directly above that location or at least, tell us the general area on the machine (front, rear, RH rear corner, LH side, etc.) it is coming from.

JMO

Dan O.

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wsuber4

04:23AM | 06/14/09
Member Since: 01/16/06
7 lifetime posts
Will do and inform the results. Thanks

wsuber4

06:10PM | 06/15/09
Member Since: 01/16/06
7 lifetime posts
I put a piece of cardboard underneath the washer and ran it thru the full washing cycle. I notice that there was a leak at the left hand rear corner on top of the cardboard. Also notice a small leak from the front center of the washer on the cardboard. After pulling the cardboard from under the washer, the bottom of the cardboard was totally wet. Still wondering where the leak or leaks are coming from. Any suggestions would be highly appreciated.

DanO

06:57AM | 06/16/09
Member Since: 11/11/02
2271 lifetime posts
I don't know about the left rear corner leak, maybe from a loose hose or splashing from the water inlet at the top of the tub? That may require further investigation.

Water under the cardboard might be from the fill hoses on the back of the machine or where they connect to the taps, leaking.

The center front leak may be coming from the washer's pump which is a common failure point. You can see the pump used on your model and read about replacing it if necessary at the following links:

- Whirlpool LSR7233DQ0 Washer Pump

LINK > www.appliance411.com/data.php?ap=3363394

- Direct Drive Washer Water Pump

LINK > www.the-appliance-clinic.com/ddpump.html

JMO

Dan O.

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wsuber4

02:50PM | 06/17/09
Member Since: 01/16/06
7 lifetime posts
Thanks for the information and will reply back after the problem has been solved

wsuber4

03:35PM | 06/24/09
Member Since: 01/16/06
7 lifetime posts
Today I replaced the old water pump with a new one and washer still leaks from the front. Anymore suggestions what else can be the problem.

DanO

06:39PM | 06/24/09
Member Since: 11/11/02
2271 lifetime posts
** Anymore suggestions what else can be the problem. **

I'm afraid someone is going to have to try to actually watch it during operation to see where the leak is actually coming from or examine it closely to try to find evidence of the leak's origin. Until we know that, all anyone is going to be able to do is guess at possible causes.

JMO

Dan O.

www.Appliance411.com/parts/?ref411=Whirlpool+Washer

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