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Machine does not take water. the water does not come in to the machine. I think it can be the water pump.

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  • Bruce Hathcock May 11, 2010

    be nice to know what model did you clean the input screens for it at the hose connetions?

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Before breaking into your machine, shut off your water inlet valve(s) to the machine. Remove your water inlet hoses from the machine and aim them into the wash tub or a bucket. Check water flow through hoses. Debris in water system can clog up the screens on your water hoses.

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