Question about Washing Machines
You just answered my question about the plugging pressure hose on newer top load ge washers....(see you have been ge authorized for a long time) thanks, steven
In talking to other independent servicers the solution they gave me is to hook up the hot water to a a pressure hose still connected to the tub(with clamps) pour in some hydrogen peroxide before hooking up to hot water, can use a old waterline hook up from older style fridge which had the short water hose connection made of copper line for this
Hi Steven. I'm sure other service providers have come up with their own methods of dealing with the same problem, many of which may work as well as mine, but I think that cutting off the last inch and a half of the hose at the tub side is the fastest "fix", followed by regular use of liquid bleach (a concentrated sulution every couple of months) to prevent the condition from re-occuring.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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