A puddle in the laundry room almost always means that your washer is leaking. Fortunately, some of the puddles mean only a minor repair is needed; others indicate a bigger problem. No matter the reason, every puddle needs to be investigated and repaired before the puddle becomes a flood.
It is helpful to note the location of the puddle in determining the cause. It is helpful, but water does flow and gather at the lowest point in the area.
If your washer or floor isn’t level, the leak may not be directly above the puddle. Be sure your washer is level before you tackle a leaking problem.
While some leaks have universal causes in both front loading and top loading washers, these separate lists will help you identify the locations of the problem depending on the type of washer in your laundry room.
NOT TURNING ON
If your washer stopped responding and pressing buttons do not trigger any lights, make sure there is power coming to your washer. Maybe the power outlet is broken or does not output enough power. You can check it by plugging into the same power outlet something else, such as a phone charger or a fan.
Your washer gets filled with water and stops working? Your drain pump might be filled with filth or be blocked by a sock. Check your drain pump by removing the front cover and unscrewing drain pump housing. Check all tube connecting to the drum and make sure your direct drive belt is not ripped.
On the off chance that your clothes washer turns on and the tub loads with water however it doesn’t spin, this could likewise demonstrate an issue with the sensor. Check to ensure that the door is totally closed and that there is no issue with the sensor. Your washer could likewise be amidst the soak cycle. This means the washer will top off with water and your clothing will soak before the washer drum begins turning. In the event that the washer is full however you hear a murmuring clamor, this could show an issue with the pump or there could be a blockage some place. A flawed motor could likewise cause the washer to not spin.
CYCLE NOT COMPLETED
The control board on your washer is somewhat similar to the brains of the operation. Along these lines, if the washer begins a cycle yet the cycle isn’t finished, it could be because of a control board blame. Before supplanting any circuits, it’s logical to make sense of which phase of the wash cycle is causing issues and this could give more knowledge into the reason for the issue. For instance, if the machine isn’t depleting, it may have nothing to do with the control board and it could be a blockage or comparable issue.