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Water leaking during and after wash cycle

Robert T. • Mechanicsville, MD • March 12, 2014
My Repair & Advice

1.Turn off water supply 2.Disconnect supply hose. Be prepared with a bucket when disconnecting supply hose because there will be water left in the hose even after turning off water supply valve. 3.Remove housing top. 2 plastic brackets at rear of machine secure the top. Remove Philips head screws and brackets and slide the top forward, up and off. 4. Remove hose connected to water inlet valve assembly using pliers to squeeze clamp open while pulling lightly on the hose. 5. Remove 2 screws in the rear of the water inlet valve assembly. 6. Reverse procedure to install new water inlet valve assembly. You should also remove the stainless steel cover from the back of the machine by removing 4 screws that secure it to the machine frame. This will give you access to the inside of the machine and allow you to soak up any water that has accumulated on the white plastic base of the machine and the floor and there will be some.

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Repair Time Estimate

15-30 minutes

Tools Used
    Pliers, Screwdrivers
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