Hose broke sending water that was supposed to goto the tub directly onto the floor.
Trent M. • Tinley Park, IL • March 14, 2014
My Repair & Advice
Unscrewed console and tilted it back. Then removed clips for machine skin. Rocked it back slightly to access the tub side hose. Removed water inlet valve assembly and removed from the valve.
Fished out the old hose. Fished in new hose. Reattched it then reassembled unit. Spent 15 min looking for clip I lost on NASTY FLOOR AAAAAARGH! When done I tested it then found the cold inlet hose screen was clogged. Went to store and replaced hoses and inlet screens too. Glanced over at other washer and noticed it hoses were about to blow and changed them too. When changing hoses on other machine noticed the valve inlet threads were mostly stripped so i went back to you guys and ordered new valve assembly for that unit!
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