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I need to replace the Detergent Dispenser Component in my Bosch Front loader Machine. Can you give me step by step instructions to do that ?? Component # is 1387060 Thanking you ... Rhonda Snider

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  • rsnider992 May 25, 2011

    I don;t have the model number with me ... I was hoping the replacement part # would help. If you can email me the repair manual that would be a start ... does it address this item in particular? My email is rsnider@smci.com

  • rsnider992 May 25, 2011

    Can I circel back with you tomorrow on the model number as well ... I can get that to you first thing in the am ... ??

    Thanking you ...
    Rhonda

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Hello, welcome to FixYa.

I will start by saying your post indicates it is a Bosch washer, however if you could post the complete model number and the I can speak directly about your machine instead of generalizing.


I'll need to clarify the model number before detailing much of course. I'll need to watch for your reply before moving forward.


If you'd like to post an email address I can also send you a repair manual in "pdf".

Thank you for choosing FixYa.

Regards,

Macmarkus :)

Posted on May 25, 2011

  • Mark MacDonald
    Mark MacDonald May 25, 2011

    Hello again,



    That part number indicates what the part is, but the dispenser is used in several models...very similar they all are, but the model takes out any chances of discrepancy.



    I will send a service manual for the WFMC series washer and you'll need to let me know if it's correct when you get it.



    Regards,



    Macmarkus:)

  • Mark MacDonald
    Mark MacDonald May 25, 2011

    Hi,



    Certainly. Whatever works for you. I sent the email with attachment. Good luck.



    Macmarkus :)

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