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Thanks for you help in fixing our washer. I printed your instructions which my husband Charlie found easy to follow and like you, he freed from the pump two bits of toothpicks and a little cellophane. Seems to be working. We will know soon since we are washing all the towels we had to use for all the water that drained out AFTER we thought we had tub completely empty.

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We have a washing machine model IW810AU and is coming up with code 105 and have phoned and they have said it has to have a technician to to fix it we are hoping that you can help us with this and I can cancel technician coming out and save ourselves some money this was an expensive machine when purchased and dont feel we should have to spend money on a technician so if you can help would be greatly appreciated.

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1. Unplug the washer.
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6. Remove the door by removing the screws holding the hinges in place. Use care to support the door hinges when loosening. They can bend. Set the door aside in a location where it will not get stepped on or broken.
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b. If the console does not have removable end caps, you will need to slide a putty knife under the front corner of each side and push in while lifting up. There is a retaining clip under each side that has to be released.

3. Once the console has been released it will lift up and fold back over the back of the washer in its resting position. Use care not to stress the small plastic hinges that hold it on. They can break easily.

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6. Remove the washer casing. Open the lid of the washer. Using one hand, grip under the front rim of the washer opening. Do not grab the wash tub, just the casing. Tilt the washer case from the back first towards you, slide forward slightly, and then lift up. The entire case comes off exposing the wash tub and components.

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10. Re-install new inlet valve following these steps in reverse order. Pay careful attention to make sure you correctly connect the HOT & COLD electrical connections (RED is usually the HOT water side). Make sure all hoses are fitted back in place and the hose clamps are snug.

11. Re-install washer case. With the lid of the washer open, place grasp case under front rim and place it on the washer frame. While looking down through the washer lid opening, make sure the front lip of the case is placed UNDER the washer frame and rocked back onto the frame to ensure that the small cleats on the frame fit into the slotted grooves on the washer case base. If you do not get the case seated correctly it will rattle and vibrate while the washer is in operation.

12. Make the back of the washer fits into the washer casing on each side and reinsert the brass clips. Place the clip into the slot on the back of the washer first, and then forcefully push it into the opening on top of the washer. It will snap back into to place.

13. REINSTALL LID SWITCH CONNECTOR. It is easy to forget. If you do not reconnect it, the washer will not work correctly.

14. Reinstall console.

I hope these instructions are found to be helpful. If anyone has any questions please go to my profile at: http://www.fixya.com/users/jsrock516 and use the “ASK ME” feature. This will ensure your concerns are answered much faster.

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Awhile back, I noticed that I was missing a lot of socks. One day I pulled the gray flap in the washer and found around 15 socks! I now check that flap after every wash.

Again, thanks for posting your solution. It was an easy fix and it saved us $$.

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