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May 12, 20170 found this helpful
Put the name/make/model of your shampooer in Google with "leaks water all over" and you will most likely find several questions/answers from people who have had the same problem. It is very rare that "we" are having problems that no one else has had.
It probably needs a good cleaning (lines and all) as soap does become gooey and can stop things up. Maybe a good cleaning with vinegar (no shampoo) pumped through would do the trick.