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How do i access the fill pipe on a hoover WMH148DF

It seems to have come loose from the outer drum

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The fill pipe goes thru the soap tray to the fill to the drum

so remove the soap tray drawer
usualy behind the drawer is the screws to release the inlet matrix

you may find you need only re- attach the pipe with little sruggle

i use some evostic glue let it go tacky place the tube back then tease the clip over with plyers

this forms a good seal

i think perhaps a drum suspension piston isnt so hot
if its throwing pipes off...!!

Posted on Dec 08, 2014


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inner drum is tightened usually with a bolt thro the main pulley (sometimes a nut) but this is unlikely to be the problem. suspect you bearings have worn.

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