5 of 7 people found this instruction helpful
Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair:15 - 30 mins
CustomerJason from Wrentham MA
Tipped the washer over to find where the leak was coming from. After finding it was the hose between the tub and drain fitting on the back of the machine I stood the washer back up and removed the access hatch cover on the back of the machine. Two spring clamps held the hose on which I removed with channel lock pliers. Installation was a bit more difficult because the clamps like to slip off the pliers. They make special pliers for these type of clamps but I don't have a pair. I was able to easily get one clamp on but after wasting a few minutes with the other one I decided to just use an automotive type worm drive hose clamp for the upper clamp, rather than struggle with the original wire style clamp.