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80 Series Top Load\ Water Feed

Kenmore 80 Series Top Load Water feeds very slowly. Recently had a plumbing issue with a faucet and got the wll water tank stirred up. I had to clean out the aerator filter on two faucets.
Is there a screen to clean out on this washer? If so, how do I aceess? If no, what could the problem be?

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There may be a screen in the inlet pipe where it joins the back of the machine. Also check that the inlet pipe is clear and running water correctly before connecting it back on the machine. If this is OK you may have an issue with the inlet valve not opening fully. This is quite a common issue and will need the inlet valve repalcing.

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