If your washing machine is leaking during the fill or agitation portion of the cycle, then it is possible that the tub seal is damaged and will need to be replaced. To verify whether or not the tub seal is causing your leak, remove the front panel of your washing machine and allow it to fill with water as normal.
Identifying potential sources of washer leaks. Drain pump: This part is responsible for draining the water that accumulates in the tub. If your water leak is taking place during either a draining or washing cycle, the issue could be with the drain pump. Check it and keep an eye out for any loose clamps or connections.
Turn off the water main or shutoff valve of a leaking washing machine and unscrew the supply hoses. To replace the pump, work from underneath the machine.
Water leaking from the front left corner of a top-load washer is usually water from the overflow tube. This is caused by one of the following: Over-sudsing: During agitation, detergent mixes with water and air to form suds.