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Kenmore washer drain pipe siphon position

Please, a diagram of the above would be so helpful thank you nancy

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No my problem was with my kenmore washer...no problem really, just wanted to see a diagram of the height of the drain pipe in back. If you have such a diagram, could to email to me? Thank you irregardless. nanclau





























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http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/how-to/intro/0,,20076102,00.html

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