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How to remove drain hose

The corrugated drain hose on my D3731FS has split so I was going to remove it and install a new one but please could anyone tell me how I get to the end which is connected inside the machine? I took the kickplate off the front but can't see the hose, let alone the connection, from there. Where the hose enters the machine at the rear it enters via a plastic panel - do I need to remove that or try and access from underneath?

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  • cpjw Sep 18, 2007

    Thanks for the help. For info, the plastic panel had to be removed in order to free the hose, then underneath the dishwasher the bottom had to be removed. Hose was quite tricky to remove from the pump due to it's location.

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Unplug the power ! - Tip the dishwasher over, but not completely on its side, otherwise you will mess things up a bit - Just lean it over. Look at where the hose enters the cabinet - If you can see where it clamps onto the pump, then you can remove it by undoing the clamp. Most dishwashers have some access underneath, but I'm not sure about this model.

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