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Something must be clogged because the water wont flow into the machine and sprays around the top of the hose end at the washer. I checked the little filter under the hose and its clean.

The original hose blasted off the faucet end and I thought I just needed a new inlet hose. Bought 2 and it simply is not letting the water come in the washer, I took off the little blue filter and there is water standing in the port and what looks like a valve?

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There should be lights blinking, indicating a fault.
If this unit is brand new call warranty service.
If this unit has run in the past you will need either a new intake valve or new computer sequencer board.

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SOURCE: Haier XQB55-10 : water leakage from inlet hose jointer

Inside the connector is a flat washer and a mesh filter. one side of the mesh filter has a strip/bar across it, this filter goes into the base of the connector with the strip/bar upwards, make sure it is seated in the connector properly.

Then fit the flat washer ensuring that it is clean/undamaged and lying flat at the base of the connector, the mesh filter strip/bar has at either end a small lip, the washer goes underneath the two lips, if it is placed on top of these lips it leaks!

99% positive on this, if not buy another hose!

Posted on Mar 16, 2009

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SOURCE: Popping while removing Hose Adapter

This is a common occurrence. When you turn the tap off, high pressure water is stored in the washer hose & fitting. Try leaving the tap turned on while you remove the quick-release hose adapter. Or turn the washer on (so that it would be drawing water) while you disconnect it.

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Hello, my washing machine has

The drain valve is faulty or the valve is choked wit dirt and kept half open. you can find the valve connected at the outlet hose from the tub.
Remove the drain valve and try cleaning . Check the voltage on the valve once the wash cycle starts , it must be OFF . If it leaks then the valve is faulty and needs a replacement if cleaning wont help. However if voltage stays on to keep the valve open then it is a fault with the controller which should give the volatge only for draining .Check in the controller section for the drain valve driver to be faulty. It might be difficult to change the driver which can be a SCR or a relay as the PCB's are epoxy filled to prevent moisture on board.Other wise the board has to be replaced or for a stop gap you can have a manual switch but the washer becomes manual.
I hope my advice helps, please check and decide, Credit me if this info is useful.

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