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Water is leaking out of bottom of hotpoint aquarius wf445 wash ma

Could this be a blocked filter? Where abouts is the filter?

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  • smbeau66 Jan 07, 2009

    Thank you barkencoa. Will try your solution over the next couple of days and will than rate you. Once again thanx.

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The filter is located behind the removable rear panel of washer.
Remove panel and on the right side you will see a large black hose, undo clip and remove hose, inside you will see the plastic filter, remove and clean.
Be careful, as their will be water run out when you remove hose..
Refit hose and make sure it is on securely..
Check for any leakage before you refit rear panel.
Plz rate my solution.
Thanks.

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