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Drain hose leaking at the back of the machine

Is there a bracket that goes on the back of the machine? All I see now is a hole that the hose fits into, but when I shove the hose in as far as I can, water still runs out the back of the machine. Am I missing something?

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Replace drain hose. hose connects to pump inside washer.

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