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Hose leak connection drain hose to washer

When new few months hose completely popped drain hose inside to out side grey hose drain. I reconnected, push all the way to seal with silver clamp tight to seal. It has been fine for a few months....2 weeks ago slow drip from the area and place a towl to absorb minimal full on leak...hose is connected and seems sealed but seems as if the whole water load emptied on the floor.

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Seems peculiar to me there's so much pressure on a drain hose. Are you pumping to a drain much higher than the top of the washer?

Just pumping water out of a drain hose shouldn't create much pressure unless the hose is kinked or restricted. Look for that problem first. You could get a hose clamp from an auto parts store that's much more reliable than the spring clamps you're describing. I would try that on the inside and outside connection and see if it solves the problem.

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SOURCE: water is leaking from drain hose at the connection

Sounds like hole in hose, you can buy replacement hose ...£ 10.. approx,

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