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Question DetailsAsked on 1/30/2018

LG leaking in the front AFTER removing a load of washed clothing

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LG - let's see, that stands for Leaking Godawfully, doesn't it ?


Google for complaints about your model number - also check for recalls, because a lot of front-loaders have been recalled for this problem. My recommendation - next time go back to a top loader, because trying to make a front loader which does not leak was just not a very bright idea in the first place.


Sounds like most likely, assuming the water is actually coming from the door area and not seeping underneath from air vent leakage (a major issue with these machines), that your door seal may be leaking or punctured so it is retaining water which then drains out after the door is opened.


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