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W620 Drain Hose Goes Where??

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I had a leak in the accordian valve like black rubber drain in my Asko. I bought the part locally and my husband replaced it. When we put it back the 7" black drain hose is squirting water on the floor. I saw a reference stating that the black hose gets hooked somewhere in the door compartment. Please specify where this goes. Is it on the trap door itself as I see a round pin like piece sticking out on the top interior door? Or where? Also is there supposed to be a clasp on it?

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  • beilman Apr 18, 2008

    Figured it out...duh the hose goes onto the round pin.

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The little black hose in the pin trap compartment gets hooked onto the round pin on the door of the pin trap access, that little hose is a bypass hose from the pump inlet

hope this helped

Posted on Aug 02, 2008

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