Question about Washing Machines
Hi, have a leak in my dispenser unit in whirpool awm 336 washing machine.
Have the new part but can't see how to remove the old one.
Need step by step instruction if possible.
OK, solved it now, you need to remove the front instrument panel first. This is held in place by four plastic lugs, two top and two bottom, which you can see when you remove the top of the machine. It's a bit fiddly since you don't want to break the lugs but a bit of patience gets it off clean. Next remove the two pipes that supply hot and cold water from the rear of the dispenser and also another pipe which fits onto the side. There are three small nuts to remove that secure the unit to the front of the machine and then by pushing it backwards and too the side it will slide out easily. Lastly there is a pipe to remove underneath the unit and then it is clear. Simply reverse the process to fit a new unit.
All the best
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
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