Question about Washing Machines
The hoses connects to a block which houses a valve. IT HAS DIRT OR DEBRIE IN IT. iT WILL NEED TO COME APART AND CLEANED. aFTER CLEANING IT SMEAR vASELINE OVER IT ALL SO IT WILL SEAL. REINSTALL AND TRY IT OUT. THE VALVE WILL HAVE ANOTHER VALVE BELOW THE FIRST ONE YOU REMOVE SO REMOVE THE LOWER ONE AS WELL UPON CLEANING
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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