2 answers

  1. Most likely the problem is with the door bellows. On most models the bellows is held in place by a clamp. One cause of the leak might be as simple as a loose clamp. Most of the time the problem will be with the bellows and not the door. Replacing the bellows is a difficult do-it-yourself and I suggest a technician check and repair this problem. To much soap or a poor drain cycle might cause this problem. Make sure you are using HE detergent. After a drain cycle the basket should have no water. I hope this helps.

  2. Hi LoloA!

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