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Its come loose from inside the washing machine and i need to reattach it. Where does this attach inside the washing machine?

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Any metal screw that attaches to the chasis, via the case, should be fine, but consult your owners manual for possibilities.

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you will have to lvel the machine,cause when its not balanced it will do that,so under the machine there are 4 plastic that hold machine u can turn each one which way u need and make sure its leveled

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Remove the back plate on the control panel and re-attach the small hose coming from the tub to the water level switch. Since the pressure is compromised from the hose falling off you must pump out the water before retrying.

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To find the filter you need to do the following steps. Find your lint trap. Lint traps in washing machines can be in the agitator (the large plastic piece in the center of the tub), at the top of the washer on the rim of the tub, or attached to the washing machine's drainage hose. Pull out the agitator tube to check for the lint trap. Peel any loose lint from the filter. Scrub away lint that doesn't peel off easily with a heavy-duty paper towel or a wet sponge. Feel your way around the top rim of the washing machine's basin. If you locate a trap, pull it straight out of the machine. Peel away loose lint and follow up with a wet sponge or heavy-duty paper towel. Check your machine's drainage hose for an attached lint trap. Remove the trap and peel the top layer of lint off. Rinse the trap in low-pressure, warm water. Reattach to the drainage hose. Check for and remove any lint or debris that may have dropped into the washing machine basin during the cleaning.
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Remove back cover of machine. Look to the lower end of the bowl and you will notice a stainless steel wire with hook attached. If this is hanging loose that will be your problem. Reattach the hook to the grey coloured lever , it has a hole drilled through it at the extremity. The wire pulls on this lever to disengage the drum brake during the spin cycle.

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I think you might have removed the back in error. This is a common mistake. Since you have the back off, you need to remove the cabinet as well to replace everything correctly. If you can attach the head to the back before pulling the cabinet away, this will save you some trouble later. Remove the head from the cabinet with the two screws on either side. Now pull forward, up and away. Now reattach the head to the back. The white or black hinges need to be inserted on the inside part of the panel, then onto the back side of the head. If they are still attached to the head itself, you need to remove them to get them onto the back first, then reattach to the head. This should leave the back and head as one unit and the cabinet should be another.

Now you can maneuver this back onto the slots that hold this piece in place on the bottom of the washer's base. There may or may not be screws down there where it attaches. Usually on the back of the base, there is a plastic stablizer that fits into the slot about one third of the way up the back panel. This will hold the back up to help get the cabinet back into place. If this is missing or broken, you will still be able to get the cabinet back on, it will be a little trickier tho.

Now you will see two little tabs on the base where they go into the front of the cabinet. There are two on the back of the base as well. You can straighten them with a small screw driver to make them perpendicular. Place the slots in the cabinet onto those tabs, then lower the cabinet onto the rear tabs. Pull the back panel towards you as you set the cabinet down, getting the strips on either side to align with the back and cabinet. Now reassemble anything that may be loose inside before lowering the head, such as hoses or electrical connections. Pull the head down, and set the 'hooks' into the top, and push back. Rescrew the head back onto the cabinet and you should be all set.

I hope this is sufficient for you to repair your machine correctly. If I've left anything out or it's unclear, I apologize but I think you should be ok :)

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