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    • Part Number: AP3419523
    • MFG Part Number: WH41X10096
    • Made by: GE
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Does this part come in rubber instead of plasti? The plastic appears not to be very steady.

Robert N. for Model Number PS890597

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I just bought the GE Washer GTWP1800DWW and the drain hose is too short. I need an 8 foot hose. Which one should I get? I went to Home Depot and they suggested that I put two 4 footers together, but they leaked. Can you help?

Tina T. for Model Number GTWP1800DWW

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I bought the floor model, it didn't come with the drain hose package (includes hose, antisiphon clip, the clamp (k) that goes on the end of the hose at washer and the two screws). Do you sell this as a kit or do I have to buy each part?

Bill for Model Number GTWN3000m0ws

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The drain hose at the drain plug area is not working. Which part do I need? It is soft and kinked.

Donna for Model Number wm2487H

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I just bought a new GE washer. The drain hose connects to a rubber hose which exists the house. There is no catch basin set up. The new GE drian hose has 3 channels running the length of the connecting end and I can not make a tight seal with the exit drain hose. any suggestions?

Spencer for Model Number GE Washer

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When my washer drains, I have a pvc stack pipe it goes into. I noticed at the end of the pumping or draining cycle it starts to clear out the last bit of water which seems to come out of the stack connector which has 2 small openings in it. Do they make a connector for the stack that would have no openings or do they need them for air? Need help any suggestions. THANKS

Bill for Model Number maytag

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During our recent move the plastic drain hose (internal) got crushed, right where it sticks out of the back of the washer...maybe an inch or two. So when I tried to connect the drain hose with a worm clamp it leaked when spinning water out. I had to improvise and model and new piece (that connects to the external water drain hose). I see I can order a new clip but that is not the issue. Is the part I need available or is there something else I can do? I don't like the temporary repair I made. I think it will start leaking any day.

Doug for Model Number vbsr2080w1ww

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My washer has a small leak where the drain hose connects onto the drain hose. If I buy a new drain hose will this solve the problem? Can I use my existing hose clip with the new hose?

Jim for Model Number WHDSRO9D

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