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No connection for discharge hose

I just bought a used GE W/D. I can't hook it up because the 'male' piece at the bottom [drain hole] is missing. The hose has nothing to secure to. Does anybody know the part number for SR2080D?
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  • Hawaii Beth Apr 27, 2008

    That is not the part. That looks like the internal hose and the bottom is the female part I can see at the bottom. I managed [with no help from GE] to find what I need but don't know the part number. It clips into the hose and is screwed onto the two tiny holes beside the opening. It then extends up to the drain with fixed bend to hang.

    I don't know if you can visualize it but I managed to do 3 loads before the on/off knob quit engaging. I'm researching that one now.

    Thank you so much for trying.

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WH41X374 is the part number you will need to purchase. This part is 34.30 from Marcone.com. Check www.partstoday.com for more pricing and availability or ask around a local parts dealer.

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