OK thanks-I guess my last question is how do I know if the pump is working or not? The guy never checked that. He came out, saw the leak,and said it was the pump without ever testing it. Then the other guy comes out to replace the pump and finds out this hose cut. I think I should ask them to try the hose first. The pump is sitting at my house but I haven't paid for it and I haven't dealt with these people before and never will again but I am already in for the labor. Is it just better to have the pump installed and move on? Thank you in the future I am going to order my parts from here and find a handyman to install them, and maybe even try it myself! I really appreciate it!
ANSWER Hello Beth. You can ask them to check the pump after the hose 134455900 is installed and see if it works properly. If so, no need for the pump. If the pump does not work, then they can go ahead and install it since it is already there. Either way, you would know for sure if you need it replaced or not. Hope this helps.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Friday, March 16, 2012