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Drain hose to crosley washing machine, where?

Hooking up the washing machine with both hot and cold water hoses, ok, but can't locate the outlet where the washer tub drains into the drain hose. Do I need to remove the back panel to locate it? I know there has to be one, but I can't find where it is located. Please advise.

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Looking at the rear of the washer, my Crosley drain is on the left, about 4" from the floor and about 6" from the side. You might need to remove the back panel. Probably should anyway, so you can blow the dust/lint out of it

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