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Hose Assembly

Part Number: AP3951521
MFG Part Number: 134211701
Made by: Frigidaire
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Genuine Frigidaire part. Frigidaire brands include Electrolux, Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Westinghouse, and others. See all items in Washer Dryer Combo Hose Or Tube and Washer Hose Or Tube.
Electrolux also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore

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Part Number 134211701 (AP3951521) replaces 134211700, 131726300, 1191136, 131726303, 131943100, 3204400, AH1524416, EA1524416, PS1524416.

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Water drips from the hose assembly into the washer bowl. Is there a defective valve or what could be the problem? Please let me know what could cause the problem & part name & number. Thank you

Vic for Model Number FTW3011KW0

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When I start to run water in my washer I notice water coming from the bottom of my machine. I found my hose assembly broke in two, do you think this is the problem?

Lashara for Model Number FTW3011K440

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WHen you run any cycle that requires hot water, the hot comes out normal at first. Once the water has run for several seconds, the hot starts alternating pressure amounts between normal and very low. As a result, when washing in warm water, it comes out cool and when washing in hot water, it takes forever to fill as a result of the hot water coming and going. Its been doing this since we started using it about a year ago.

Dgd for Model Number FEX831FS1

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Thank's for your answer above regarding the lack of intervals of "spray water" in both wash and rinse spin cycles that you provided for me several days ago. I was ready to order the AP3363282 water inlet valve as you suggested, but then thought I would do some checking to see if there was any delay in the start of water flow into the fill cycles. I hadn't done this before. (I've probably just succeeded in confusing myself, but here goes)... At the beginning of each fill cycle, wash and rinse water as preset to more or less correct temperature flows into the tub,(rinse is cold only no mater what cycle is used). I just noticed that the cold fill for cold rinse, ebbs and flows from full on volume to about half of full volume, which is still not an insignificant flow. (No other water consuming devices are in operation, nor are any taps open, cold or hot.) You can see the effect of this even during a warm water fill, but to a lessor degree. Either or both hot and cold start flowing the instant the timer knob is depressed to start a cycle. So...here's where stupid me is confused.... If the valve is operating instantly, and at more or less adequate water volume to fill the tub, why doesn't the same valve operate for "spray water" segments as the drum spins at high speed? Isn't this valve assembly just two valves electrically operated that are normally closed and activated to open upon the application of power to one or both valve solenoids? Or is this an oversimplified statement based on observation only? However, if so then why is no spray water entering the tub when the cold valve, or both valves are actuated for the short spray sub cycles? I "assume" the spray water enters the tub in short bursts via the Hose Assembly, Part Number: AP3951520 through which the fill cycle water also seems to flow, except that when the tub is spinning it "pulls" the water downward into a spray either by the centrifugal force of the spinning drum, or perhaps lower pressure in the tub due to the spinning. Also possibly "pulling" the weakened valve closed? Thus no spray water? Please feel free to tell me I am just over thinking this, and if appropriate to just go order the valve! After all you are the expert, not me that's for sure! Sorry for the trouble on this one, but I'm out of town much of the week and would like to be sure the valve is the only part needed, as sure as can be determined, so that I will be able to have the part(s) waiting for me next weekend when I am home again. Of course I may have made some assumptions which are not valid! Happy New Year, best regard, and much success in 2012....RichJ 937 830 0688

Richj for Model Number FWS833AS1

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This unit made in October 2003 has worked well for a long time. It's a fairly basic unit. (Two people in household.) Fill water flows in quickly, and at set mix temperatures. Today all cycles seem to function except that in the spin cycle the "sub cycle" water spray is not working. I have observed the spin cycle with the lid lock bypassed and I have never seen any sign of the water spray. I'm not even sure where the spray water enters the wash basket, although I speculate it is somewhere in the area of the fill assembly at the top rear of the tub. The spin cycle extracts the water from the washed items as usual, but they retain a residue of the detergent used. A second run through the entire cycle without detergent still finds lots of "suds" in the water. We have not changed detergent brand, type, concentration or quantity. We did cut way back in several loads on the quantity of detergent. This did not help. During spin I think I can hear an attempt of a "valve" opening several times at intervals, but no spray water. Please advise suspect parts that I should replace. Best regards, and happy new year!

Rich J. for Model Number FWS833AS1 Fridigaire made by Electrolux

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My washer won`t drain the water out. How can I tell if the pump needs to be replaced or not? Could there be another reason?

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