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Plastic piece that holds water hose to spray into drum is broken. Can I buy a new one

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Yes they are available. you just need to provide the model number to the parts to your supplier.

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Sure. You can order them off line from the manufactures web site of purchase them from a local appliance parts dealer. Just make sure to get your Manufacture, model and serial number so they will know which one you will need.

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Yes they are available. you just need to provide the model number to the parts supplier.

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