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Put new hoses on back of machine and water is still spraying around bottom hose. what could be wrong?

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Did you install the rubber washers with the hoses?

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SE also comes up as 5e
The '5E' Error is displayed when the water is not draining properly from the Washing Machine. If the water does not drain in 15 minutes, a buzzer will sound , and the remaining time indicator will show '5E' Error.
You can perform following steps to resolve the issue :

? Clean the debris filter.

? Make sure the drain hose is not clogged.To make it unclogged, Detach the drain hose from washing machine. Attach the spray nozzle to the end of the hose. Aim the sprayer into the clogged washer hose and spray water kinetically down the hose. Continue spraying until the hose is no longer clogged.

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The parts' arrangement is similar to several Whirlpool model. The pump motor is located under the bottom place and it is accessed removing the front kick panel (in front at the bottom).

Here a movie showing the procedure on a Whirlpool similar to your Blanco. I also tried to describe the procedure below. Check also the parts diagram for your model at the end of this comment. Sometimes it is not necessary to lean the appliance on one side, depending on how you can reach pump motor and hoses. See movie and description.



To remove the old motor you need to:

  1. Disconnect power.
  2. Move appliance forward.
  3. Disconnect drain and inlet hoses and remove water from tub (if any).
  4. Remove baskets or anything else from inside the machine.
  5. Remove spray arms and remove the assembly at the bottom of the machine.
  6. Put some clothes or towels on floor and lean the machine on one side.Water will leak out, the clothes will help here.
  7. Take the kick panel in front off.
  8. Undo the screws that hold the pump to the machine cabinet.
  9. Use a flat screwdriver to loose the clip holding the hoses. Loose the clip but do not open it completely (it will help later).
  10. Pull off the two hoses.
  11. Disconnect the electrical connector to the pump
  12. Lift the pump motor and pull it out from cabinet.

To put in new pump.

  1. Insert the two hoses on new pump.
  2. Set the clips.
  3. Put the pump motor in place inside the cabinet.
  4. Arrange hose and pump motor correctly and put screws back.
  5. Reconnect the wiring connector.
  6. Lift up the appliance.
  7. Put back spray arms and internal assembly.

Before putting on the front panel:

  1. Connect power and test for leaks.
  2. Disconnect power and fix any leak present (adjust hoses).
  3. If there is no leak put panel back.
  4. Set back the appliance and connect power.
Always observe strictly health and safety prescription. Disconnect power before performing any maintenance. Beware of panel's sharp edges, particularly when removing kick panel and accessing parts in the tight space under the bottom of the tub.

Here diagrams showing all parts:Exploded view.

Regards.

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These spray water on your roller brushes when you press the water-and-soap trigger at the top of the Bissell's handle, and tend to clog with mineral deposits. Only work on one sprayer at a time so you can see how it goes back together. As you squeeze the red plastic sides of one red water sprayer, push up on the underside of the sprayer from underneath the bottom unit of the Bissell to release the sprayer from its mount in the base. Clean any lint or debris out of the mount area. Clean any gunk you can off the red water sprayer with an old toothbrush. Now you need to remove one water sprayer from the hose. You need a pair of pliers. Use the pliers to squeeze the brass colored clip that is keeping the red water sprayed mounted to the end of the small hose there. Move the clip up the hose so it compresses the spring and is no longer on the red plastic water sprayer. (See GOTCHA about the spring, below.) 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