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How do I hook up old washer Matag model a-6125 series 11 serial no 102753 bh Has suds saver and has 2 places water drains out of at bottom of washer push button

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Actually, your model is an A-612S ("S" is for Suds Saver). What do you need help with?

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I have an electrolux front loading washing machine it is leaking water at the bottom and produces chunks of melted plastic during the cycle


Hello. If water is leaking from your washer, check the list below:
  • Is the drain clogged? If you have a clogged drain, it will need to be cleaned – contact a local plumber if necessary.
  • Is the drain hose restricted, or out of the standpipe? If the drain hose is out of the standpipe, you’ll need to secure it. You can do this by bending the end to form a hook, placing the hooked end into the standpipe, and tying the hose to the standpipe or a faucet with a cable tie (one was supplied with the washer), strong filament tape, or duct tape.
  • Are the fill hose connections loose at the faucet or washer? Check them and tighten the hose connections. If they’re loose, you might need to install or replace the rubber sealing washers.
  • Are you using a high-sudsing detergent or is your water soft? Using a high-sudsing detergent, or using too much detergent in soft water, can cause suds to overflow the washer. This may seem like a leak if the suds flow or drip onto the floor. Use a low-sudsing detergent and reduce the amount of detergent you use if your water is soft.

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I have a Kenmore washer with suds saver. I do not


Can you provide the exact Make, Model and Kenmore model number?

Kenmore model numbers use the format ###.######## with the first three digits of 110 for Whirlpool manufactured machines.

See the Sears Parts site and / or their Answer Site for manuals.

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http://www.managemyhome.com/


Parts description and possibly manuals:

http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/index.action


Nov 08, 2009 | Kenmore Washing Machines

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Sud-saver feature


Leave the button on the control panel set to DRAIN

Just to play it safe, you can cut one of the wires to the diverter selenoid valve (I think they were yellow, if I rember correctly) to make sure you don't accidentally pump water onto your floor or something.

Aug 07, 2009 | Washing Machines

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Dont want to save suds.( Kenmore model 5450290 Suds saver washer)


disconnect the wireing to the suds saver valve and tape the ends off.
valve will no longer open for the suds cycle

Jan 30, 2009 | Kenmore Washing Machines

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Tub drain dropped off


ignore the ball - it is supposed to be a suds saver but is a source of trouble on draining.
large diameter hose just fits onto the rim of the large hole in the bottom of the tub and is held in place with a clamp

Nov 12, 2008 | Washing Machines

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Why does my washing machine have 2 drain outlets?


This is a water saver or previously known as a suds saver model. The bottom one is the drain. The top one would go to a suds tub. If you set the machine on save, the wash water is pumped out of the top hose into the holding sink next to the washer. The rinse water goes out the bottom hose to the drain. The next cycle you could set the washer to the very beginning of the main wash cycle and the washer would pump the water from the tub back into the washer to be used as wash water for the second load of laundry. Yea, used water. But the first load would be lightly soiled stuff, and the next load would be old barn clothes or play clothes. It was designed to save water (about 65 gallons used for 2 loads vs. 90 gallons) and soap. (now, front load machines with larger tubs would use as little as 25 gallons for two loads.) Just hook up the bottom hose to the drain. Leave the save / drain switch set to drain and you'll be fine. To be extra safe (in case the switch was accidentally set to save) disconnect the wires at the solenoid where the drain hose splits into two at the back bottom of the washer. (right where the hoses exit the machine.)

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Washer draining problem


I am sorry The model I was refering to was not yours... you have an OLD belt driven model there is a panel on the back (2) 5/16 screws to see the pump the best way to replace that hose if you have to is disconnet the fill lines pull the machine out from the wall and lay it on its back for easy access..

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