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Need to locate lint trap on washer....affinity frigidare front load washer

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  • smjofoak May 25, 2011

    how do we get to this filter in the hose.???

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There is no lint trap on this washer. There is a filter in the hose that goes from the tub to the pump that occasionally will get plugged with lint, but it is not designed to be regularly cleaned. During normal usage, the lint is designed to be pumped out with the water.

Kelly

Posted on May 25, 2011

Testimonial: "wasnt any help as I still was not told where to find filter in hose"

  • Smitty May 25, 2011

    You have to remove the bottom panel or the rear cover, depending on which model you have. Then, you must disconnect the hose from the tub. It is not easy to access and more difficult to remove from the hose. Be sure to put it back in the exact position in the hose from which you remove it! This is critical, so be sure to mark the groove it is placed in before you remove it.

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  • Smitty May 25, 2011

    There is only one hose that leads from the tub to the drain pump! The filter is in that hose! You must remove the rear panel for lower front panel, if so equipped, to access this hose. I cannot make this any more clear to help you find this large, black hose!

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