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My bendix washing machine doesnt fill with water instead it leaks out the bottom. I'm not sure if a connection is loose, a hose cracked or a part missing.

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Welcome bcarro10'

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My Bendix washing machine doesn't fill with water instead it leaks out the bottom. I'm not sure if a connection is loose, a hose cracked or a part missing.


My name is Huuum,

I'm not sure if you search more you will, find a connection is loose, a hose cracked or a part leaking and needs replacement! As you surmised.
Or if you do not do it your self, then service will find the same!

Let me know the location of the leak when you locate it!
Cheers, and Bless You!
Please remember to leave a rating when you finish!
Thank You.Huuum

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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