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Washer top How do I remove the top or cover of the washer. I need to remove it to see where the washer is leaking from. I checked all of the hoses on the backside of the machine and the leak appears to be coming from the bottom front of the machine. Thanks, I need to remove the top/back of a Kenmore series 90 Washer. There are no corner pieces or clips to unhook. Please help! Model 110.26902691

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  • alkhester Nov 07, 2008

    Thanks aborcass, but there is no link at all, no explanation either.

  • alkhester Nov 07, 2008

    Sweet - all done - not too bad for an old lady:)

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HERES A LINK TO SHOW YOU HOW

Posted on Nov 06, 2008

  • Ron Coons
    Ron Coons Nov 07, 2008

    should have been a link to you tube video, anyawy you can find a video on you tube, much easier then expaining it, not bad at all to do

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