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Drain hose leak

Drain hose has sprung a leak. Need to replace it. Washer comes from factory with drain hose attached. Need to know how hard it is to disassemble washer and replace drain hose.

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Re: Drain hose leak

Hi Krazytech here, You will have to remove the cabinet to get to the pump end of the drain hose. First you must remove the top insert a putty knife to open the top lift up then remove screws that hold on the top then remove the screws that hold on the bottom. then you can get to the pump I alway replace the factory spring clamps with a screw hose clamp they are much better.. let me know

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