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Water is coming out of the bottom of the washer when the washer is filling. I believe it is the pump, as all the hoses look okay, what pump do I need to order to replace the pump and where can I get it?

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Part number 3363394
you can order it drom sears
it runs around 50 bucks

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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    milten1 Oct 06, 2009

    part number 3363394

    you can order it drom sears

    it runs around 50 bucks

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