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I have a WASE4220AOWW Prodigy Washer. I needed a new supply hose which I have, but how can I attach and clamp when the hose goes inward? Thank you, Patti

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The control panel on the top will need to be taken apart to connect the hose to the water inlet valve. It's shown in this diagram. Part 805 is the valve. http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partsearch/model.aspx?model_id=229902

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Step 1 - Record Specifications Carefully read your owner's manual to find the specifications for the washing machine drain hose. If you are unable to locate it, look at the steel tab at the back of the washing machine, and write down the model and serial number instead.
Step 2 - Purchase New Hose Head to your hardware store and show this information to a representative to get help in finding an appropriate replacement drain hose.
Step 3 - Cut the Power and Water Before you start replacing the washing machine drain hose, make sure to pull the power cord out the wall socket. Better yet, turn off the power supply to the washing machine at the circuit breaker.
Similarly, turn the knob on the water supply line to the washer. If you cannot locate it then temporarily turn off the water altogether. Afterward, lift and shift the drain tube into a bucket, so that any accumulated fluid in the hose will fill this instead of spilling out all over the floor.
Step 4 - Remove the Old Drain Hose Your drain hose will be held in place by clamps attached at the back of the washing machine. Hold the clamp with pliers and unscrew it out of its position with a screwdriver. After removing the clamp, inspect it. If it is not damaged or corroded by rust it can be used again, but if not toss it away and install a new clamp after the replacement hose is in place.
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Step 6 - Put the Machine Back and Test Place the washing machine back in position, and reconnect the drain tube to the pipe. Then, turn on the power supply and open the water supply so you can test that everything is working as it should.

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Do you mean the hose that goes to your standpipe, or the hose that goes from the drain pump to the plastic box(26) behind the washer?

In any case, to remove the hose (8) going from the back of your washer to the stand pipe, grab a pair of pliers and squeeze the wire fingers sticking out of the clamp (28) holding the drain hose to the plastic box on the rear of your washer. That relieves the tension of the clamp and, while still squeezing the wire fingers, slide the clamp up the drain hose a couple of inches. Then, you can pull the drain hose loose from the plastic piece.

Then, using your pliers again, completely remove the clamp from the old drain hose and put it on your new drain hose, about 3 inches back.
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