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Water coming out of where the hose goes into the washer.

After I stopped for a moment and the went back to start it I had to release pressure to pull the cord to start. After putting the hose back on it would release water where the hose end goes in the machine.

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Maybe just a worn o ring inside the hose where it connect to the washer.

Posted on Jun 10, 2010

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