Dis-charge hose on washer leaking
Arthur D. • Adairsville, GA • April 07, 2014
Appliance: General Electric Washer WHSE5240D1WW
My Repair & Advice
First of all when you have a small creek running you take measures most would not do. I went to a Big Box store in hopes of finding the right or close to right replacement. Well, they did not have an identical part, so I used my engineering background and said I'll take the inlet part and cut it off and glue it so we could do a load or two of wash. Yes, it worked, but not to my liking. Ordered the real part and Thank App, the real part was here the next day. I have used App, for at least 4 years and they have not let me down yet. A super Company to take care of its customers, as long as they and myself are around I will continue to use. Back in 2010 they fixed the control panel problem in a short time and shipped the part pronto.