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PartSelect Number PS270508
This clip holds the drain hose to the back of the washer.
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
First I removed the screws that held the hose drain hose clip in place. Removed the damaged hose. Placed the new drain hose clip at the end of the new drain hose. Re-inserted back in hole, pushed in hose to necessary depth then tighted screws, Very easy and painless.
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I attached the Drain Hose Clip to the Drain Hose Extension and then pushed the drain hose all the way into the drain hole in the back of the machine. I then screwed the clip to the machine. Done. Very painless. Fast delivery... ordered it on Monday, arrived on Tuesday.
The parts were here in 3 days and the repair went very quickly .Quality item would do business again.
Unplugged the washer and unscrewed the hot and cold filler hoses from the back of the machine. Removed the 6 screws holding the top together. Unscrewed the 2 water valve mounting screws. Pulled off the electrical wires from the leads. Unclipped the water feed hose clip. Reattached everything to the new water valve in reverse order. Put the screws holding the top panel in place back in. For good measure, I also replaced the drain hose since I had noticed a little leakage there. Two screws and a little twisting and pushing was all that took.Then I hooked everything back up and it worked like a charm. Finally, I went out to dinner with my wife on the money I saved!
Unscrew the 2 screws holding the drain hose clip to the machine - use bucket to get an excess water - remove bad drain line - I installed a new drain hose clip as well - make sure you put the clip on at the same position as the previous hose - push house firmly into opening and screw into machine - pretty easy repair - and I'm a novice
It was easy, I just removed the old drain hose clip with a screwdriver. Next, removed the old, cracked hose, inserted the new one, and screwed the new clip in.The best part about this story is the incredible service I was given, by this company. I bought the machine at Sears, so I assumed I could find the hose their. No, they instructed me to go to Orchard Supply(their sister store), I purchased a drain hose, the clerk told me to buy, but the water was still leaking. So, I went on-line and found the right hose, and now I will continue to purchase what I ned for my machine from your company. REALLY Fast Service. Thanks
First I removed the two clamps that hold the inlet drain hose onto the pump. **There may still be water in the hose** This was pretty easy, but a set of vice grips would have been nice. The space is not too cramped, but required a little bit of wiggling. Putting it on was a little bit harder, just because I did not want to tear the hose on the tub or pump inlet. Make sure both are fully seated or else it could still leak. The drain hose and the clip are pretty self explanatory. I tried to buy a generic drain hose at a big box lumber yard, but I could never make it fit right.Hope this helps.
Put the drain hose clip on (it will take squeezing but the hose will pass through). There will be a groove that whose width spacing is similar to the clip. Once that's on, insert hose and screw in the clip.
First I removed the screws that held the drain hose clip to the washer. Then I pulled the hose, along with the clip, completely out of the washer. I then took the old hose out of the washer clip and put the new hose in the new clip; I pushed the hose into the washing maching and tightened the hose clip to the maching with the existing screws. Seriously easy, took less than 15 minutes. And I have virtually no handyman skills at all!
After going to the store where I purchased the washer which did not have my part, got online to this site and received the exact part I needed promptly. This is not the first time this site get me out of a bind! All I needed was a nut driver and five minutes of time.
Pulled washing machine away from wall. Cut tie strap on old drain hose. Used socket set to unscrew old drain hose clip and pulled old hose out of washing machine. Inserted new hose clip on end of new hose and inserted into washing machine. screwed hose clip onto washing machine. Pushed washing machine into place and tied hose to wall with new tie strap.
This was the easiest repair of a drain hose I have ever done. Thought I would need a "stubby, and hose clamps, but didn't. Just screwed the clamp to the back of the machine, and snapped the hose in the opening. clicked in three times to seat and thats all there was!
I removed the screws/ bolts wtth a pair of pliers, attached the new clip onto the hose. ( I did have to push quite hard and was worrried I may break it) Then I screwed the clip back onto the machine. It may be good to include new screws in the bag with the clip, mine were pretty rusty after the machine had leaked.
Our daughter connnected this hose herself and was so proud, as she had never attempted a repair before. It must have been a fairly easy task. Thank you for the fast service, I ordered on Thursday and received it on Saturday of the same week! Outstanding service.
I went to big box stores for a hose, but they only had generic parts that did not fit. I went to a plumbing supply house and they did not carry it. I went to an appliance store and they wanted $30 for the part. I went to your website and paid $18 including shipping. Thanks for making my wife happy.
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