Question about Kenmore Washing Machines
Great thanks got it done and no leaks!!!
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
Basically, once you have your replacement boot (availible at local parts stores or from
the manufactures web site on line), You can follow these steps:
1 - Remove the front clamp. (a silver peice of wire with a spring at the botom) A small flat head screwdriver will let you pull it off.
2 - You will have a clamp on a hose that comes from the dispenser to the boot on some models that you will have to disconnect. (sueeze the cmlamp and side the hose off)
3 - There is a second clamp on the tub side itself. Remove it by using a short phillips head screw driver to unscrew it.
4 - remove the boot
5 - Reverse the procedure making sure to line the new boot up at the top. (there is a arrow that needs to be lined up on the tub and the boot).
Taking the lower front panel off can give you a bit more room to work. You can take it off by removing the 3 1/4" screws at it's bottom.
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
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