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Hose, Pump to Drain

Part Number: AP2906149
MFG Part Number: 3348552
Made by: Whirlpool
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Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Washer Hose Or Tube.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 3348552 (AP2906149) replaces 2852, 3348586, 3359818, 63172, AH340789, EA340789, PS340789.

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Leaking hose from pump to drain Harold C. • Waynesboro, VA • November 23, 2014

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I am having a problem with my Whirlpool top loading clothes washer. It functions normally but is not spinning the clothes as dry as it used to. I don't see standing water in the bottom of the tub but the clothes come out quite soggy. I can run it through the spin cycle again which usually dries them out enough for the drier to not over work its self. Another website suggested that there might be a blockage in the drain. I have removed the drain hose from the back and found that it runs freely, not blockage. I have opened up the machine and removed the hose from the pump to the back of the cabinet. Prior to removing it, it appears that the bend closer (not closest) to the cabinet might be a tad constricted. After removing it, It seems that the area of the hose where the bend is is a bit soft. I ran water through it and there is no obvious blockage but the bend in the hose is not as sharp. So; what do you think? Is the hose the problem or do I have something more serious? The washer was purchased 8/92.

Tod H. for Model Number LA 5668XPW1


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We have water leaking from somewhere during the draining operation and it appears to be coming from the right rear as you face the machine. At first, I thought that my stand pipe (in that area)was overflowing, but determined that is not the case. Any ideas? I replaced the drain pump in Feb., 2003 when the machine would not drain completely.

Tom for Model Number RAL5144AW0 purchased Feb., 1994


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Do you take the back off to work on this mach? If so how do you get it off. Can I replace the inside hoses from the bottom? Thanks

James W. H. for Model Number La83600xtw0


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Is this hose on the bottom of washer? Thank You.

John L. for Model Number LA8800XTNO


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