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Have new water valve - where is the best access point to replaceremove top?bacck front? and how

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Hi I had the Kenmore washing machine , and now have whirlpool, and have changed the valve on both.

you will need a screw gun or phillips scew driver a ratchet set with 1/4 and 5/16 sockets and a pair of channel locks.

turn off the water valves and unplugg the machine.
disconnect hoses from the wall and drain excess inton washer.
pull machine out and make sure you have enough room to work.

check to see if there are two screws under the control panel. if there are unscrew them anmove the control panel tosee if you have access to two clips that hold the control panel to the back of the machine.

if you remove the clips remember how they came out. then remove the screws and bolts from the back panel.

it is reccomended to change the hoses every year but no onew does that.but since you are working with the valve is would be a good idea.

once you get the rear panel off, the valve should be easy
good luck BRouth3bme

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