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If its the serrated one it goes to out let if its a screw end on it goes to water main supplie

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Get water to run through inlet hose


Remove the hose.

Turn the water on very gently, having put a bucket underneath the pipe. If water then flows, there is an obstruction in the pipe. If there is no water, then maybe the pipe has been disconnected or the valve has stuck.

Jan 30, 2015 | Washing Machines

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Why is the hot water pipe dripping after tighening up.


First the is a hot and cold water pipe. To those are connected hot and cold water outlet bib valves to which are connected, respectively, hot and cold water hoses going to (or you could say, coming from) their respective connections to the washer. Correct this if I am wrong but, it appears you might be talking about those hose connections to the water spigots but calling them pipes, not hoses. If that is true, you contecture is correct: it is most typically a worn out hose washer or o-ring and replacing that item should correct any dripping. By sure the part is characterized for hot water.

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Water dripping under the rim, into the tub


Sounds to me like you have a siphoning problem You probably have your drain hose too far down in the drain pipe. When this happens the drain hose goes into the trap of the drain pipe. It then pull the water from the drain pipe back into your washer cause it cant break the vacuum. Pull your drain hose up so that on a little bit of the pipe is sticking down the drain pipe

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I am living in Argentina I buy a Melnor Yardworks model 59-7470-0 in Canadian Tires in Canada Unfortunly the treads conectos are of difernt that we have commoly here for example Gardena and others...


This is not going to be an easy 1:1 conversion
I believe Argentina uses BSP British Standard Pipe
Unknown what thread is used for water hose in Argentina.
US sold products use NPT tapered pipe thread
US has different-but-similar thread for water hose.

So you need at least 2 adapters:
Adapter from 3/4" BSP to 3/4" NPT.
And then adapt 3/4" NPT to 3/4" hose thread.
And then possibly another adapter to hose thread in Argentina.

There is no immediate link announcing which vendor sells BSP to NPT adapter fittings, in Argentina.
However, the following link sells adapters, in Australia:
http://www.irrigationwarehouse.com.au/category2_1.htm

You can google the following search parameter in Argentina:
Adapt NPT pipe thread to BSP pipe thread

Issue is compounded with 2nd adapter problem.
Melnor sells water timers that screw onto a hose bib.
3/4" hose thread is different than 3/4" NPT pipe thread because 3/4" pipe thread is tapered, while hose thread is straight with no taper.
When connecting a water timer to hose bib, the seal is made with rubber washer.

Home centers in US sell 3/4" NPT pipe thread to 3/4" hose thread.
http://quinbyhardware.com/Products/SKU/4294278/3-4MHX3-4MIP-BRASS-CONNECT/LAWN-and-GARDEN/WATERING/GILMOUR-MFG

You can google the following parameter, but sources might not be in Argentina: 3/4" hose thread to 3/4" pipe thread

Sep 04, 2011 | Hardware & Accessories

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I am seeing water behind the pump on the top of the motor in the v under all the fuel injection / intake is that normal for water pump to leak there if its bad?


its not normal. the water pump will leak in front, not back. There is a pipe and hose down in the VEE that can leak. If the pipe is bad, you will need to remove the pump to replace it. The intake manifold will need to come off, to replace the pipe/ hose. the hose connects a pipe behind the water pump to a pipe at the rear of the block to a heater hose.

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No heat


Could be a clog in the system. First, obviously you want to make sure your coolant level is where it should be. If it is, look for a spot on the fire wall where 2 rubber hoses are clamped to pipes going into the passenger compartment. They'd be close to the passenger side of the car about half way down. the pipes those hoses are attached to lead to the heater core under the dash of the car. NOTE WHICH HOSE GOES TO WHICH PIPE. Remove the hoses and clamp them shut. Run water through a garden hose into one of the pipes to try and unblock it. run it till the water comes out clear at the same rate its coming out of the hose.After that, switch the garden hose to the OTHER pipe and run the water trough it in reverse to try and jostle anything blockages loose. Re attach the hoses in their CORRECT positions, and get the car up to normal driving temperature. re check your coolant level. Dont worry about any leftover water in the heater core. It won't affect your coolant. If it bugs you though, you can blow into one of the pipes and spray out about 80 percent of the water inside. Just watch out you don't spray yourself in the face with water from the other pipe!! I've done it to myself without thinking before. Hope this helps! Good luck!

Nov 04, 2010 | 2005 Chevrolet Impala

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LSR8233JQ0Washer won't fill


The water is syphoning out the drain hose.
Many times when the stand pipe is backing up someone will seal the washer drain hose to the pipe to avoid overflow of the stand pipe.
This causes the water to syphon from the washer.

Or the opening for the stand pipe is just big enough to put the drain hose in and is to tight causing the syphon.

Putting the drain hose to far down the pipe can cause a syphon also.

Jan 20, 2010 | Washing Machines

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Washer still has lots of water in it at the end of the spin cycle. Also, we notice bad oder each time the washer is used. Are these related? How do I fix this problem?


The most common problem is the water pump is malfunctioning and not allowing the water to drain all the way out, if the machine sits over a week the water turns sour and smells bad. so check that the pump is not plugged up and check that the pipe from the pump is not plugged up. if hose is not plugged up and the belt on the pump is tightened up it could still be a bad water pump so I suggest you replace it. Also with a water hose push water threw the drain pipe in the wall to see if the pipe is plugged, it should take full water hose pressure without a problem, if it backs up then you have a plugged drain pipe. remove the drain pipe form the hole in the wall and push hose onto the water hose put washer on spin and have other end off the hose bib, watch the water flow as it pumps water out of the spin cycle if the water does not come out fast than you have a bad pump or a bad water pump belt. since it won't drain all the way this will cause the water to smell sour.

Dec 13, 2009 | GE Washing Machines

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Water will not stay filled in tub on rinse cycle


It sounds like a siphon issue.
Check that the drain hose does a high loop before it goes into the drain pipe. (ie. drain hose loops above the water level inside the tub). Make sure the drain hose is not pushed too far down into the drain pipe. Also if the drain hose is sealed to the drain pipe this will create an airlock and a siphon will occur, allow air to enter between drain hose and drain pipe connection.
This should help you but if there is still a problem let me know and I'll try to assist you further.
Good luck!

Mar 21, 2009 | Maytag Washing Machines

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How to get metal heater hose pipe out of water pump without taking water pump off 1995 jeep grand cherokee v8


there is a bracket attached to the pipe just above the water pump bolts (this bolt looks similar to the water pump bolts). there is also a bracket attached to a long, thin bolt just under the valve covers on the drivers side. you'll need a long socket to get to this one. once those two brackets are freed up, you should be able to work the heater hose out of the hole in the water pump. of course, that metal pipe attaches to a rubber hose about halfway back from the water pump to the firewall, so you'll want to undo the hose clamp that holds it in place and slide the metal pipe out of the rubber hose.

i'm not sure what you have in mind, but this should let you accomplish it. note that there is an o-ring that fits on the water pump end of that metal pipe. it's included when you buy the water pump.

have fun and be careful.

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