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Washer pump has packed up how do i reach it to replace

Pump is making noise but no water is coming out reservoir does have water in blowing back through tube produces bubbles in reservoir

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    replace the pump.

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Yu need to change the water pump out. if its backing up into the reseviour then its not working right.

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