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I can't get the filter cap back on the washing machine and water pores out

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  • cathe Jan 02, 2008

    The filter on the front bottom right hand corner has come undone very slightly and the water has started pouring out. The filter will not open fully nor twist back around fully to be secured back in its place.

  • Anonymous Feb 12, 2009

    cant get filter back in

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Would help if you were more specific.....

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just perseverence. being wide diameter it is sometimes hard to start the thread. what exactly is preventing you

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