Frigidaire Washer Hoses and Tubes
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PartSelect Number PS417877
Manufacturer Part Number 131461200This drain hose is designed for use in your washer. The function of this part is to carry water from the drain pump to the house drain. If your washer is leaking or will not drain, you may need to replace the drain hose. This part is black in color and is made of plastic. This drain hose comes with a 90-degree elbow attachment. Before you begin this repair, be sure to disconnect the power supply, as well as the water supply to the washer. This part is sold individually. This is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
Fixes these symptoms
- Will not drain
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Carl from Wilmington, DE
Drain hose was leaking due to small hole in hoseThis is the third time I have ordered parts from this company .I can't say enough good things about them from their fast shipping( always arrives sooner than they state)To the quality of the parts and the shipping packages.A first class operation from start to finnish.First step was to disconect power supply.Second was to remove washer drain hose from house drain.Third remove two (2) phillips head screws from front cover of washer ,located at bottom right and left side of front panel near floor.Lift front panel up to unhook metal retainers on panel that connect it to washer side panels.Use pliers to remove spring clamp from hose. Remove hose from washer pump. Remove clamp from hose,remove plastic retainer holding hose to washer bottom.Feed hose out the back of the washer through washer drain hose hole in the back pannel of the washer.Remove plastic retainer.Insert the new hose through the hole in the back pannel install the hose clamp and install the hose back on the pump.Relocate clamp on hose, take front panel,lift into place,push down to lock retaining taps into side cover slots replace the two phillips head screws. Read more...
PartSelect Number PS418742
Manufacturer Part Number 131784700
Larry from East Point, KY
Washer would leak water out the bottom.First I removed the two screws holding the front panel on and removed the panel. The hose is held on by two spring clips and a hose clamp. After getting those out of the way, I removed the damaged hose and slid the new one into place and fastening it down with the aforementioned clips and clamp. Read more...
PartSelect Number PS1524515
Manufacturer Part Number 134592700This drain hose, used in washing machines, delivers water from the drain pump to the house drain. The hose is 7 1/2 feet (90 inches) long. If your hose is leaking, it is best to replace it with a new one. To repair it, first access the back of the washer and remove the clamp holding the hose. Switch the clamp onto the new hose before placing it back into the fitting. Refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer for further instructions and guidance. Remember to unplug the appliance from the power source before beginning installation.
Edward from New Smyrna Beach, FL
water leaking on floorRemoved two screws at bottom of front panel, removed front panel. Used pliers to remove hose clamp on drain hose. Fished hose out of chassis and installed new hose. Tested for leaks. Read more...
PartSelect Number PS975871
Manufacturer Part Number 134455900Also known as tub-to-pump drain hose.
Fixes these symptoms
- Will not drain
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Robert from Schenectady, NY
Leak in the big hose connecting the pump to the washerThe top, control panel and front and back of the machine are removed - all by just removing simple sheet-metal screws. NOTE: remove the soap drawer, because there are two longer screws behind the drawer front. When replacing these later, get them just snug because "tight" will crush the supporting plastic. Don't bother to unplug all the wires to the control panel - just tape it to the top of the machine so it doesn't fall. The rubber part to be replaced is held to the machine by three large spring-held bellows clamps. Squeeze the ends with a pair of pliers and slide them off the tubing. When putting the new part on, I found that the cramped space and difficult access made getting two of the spring-held bellows clamps impossible to get back on, so I used automotive-style stainless hose clamps, which screw tight from the side. Be cautious to get them very snug but not super tight because, you can crush the plastic tubing to which you are fastening. Reassembly of the panels on the machine is the reverse. Read more...
Pump to Tub Hose - Black
PartSelect Number PS417966
Manufacturer Part Number 131494800
Dixie from STRANG, OK
Leaking hosesI made my job difficult by removing the back panel, then the side, and finally discovered the front panel opens giving access to the washer. Using heavy pliers I removed the spring clamps and replaced the pump to washer hose and the other hose end to the tub. Turned on the washer no leak only to discover the drain hose had developed a leak. So I ordered the second hose. I was not sure how to release the plastic retaining clamps. Finally just yanked them loose, which worked. Ran the hose through the machine out the back into the drain pipe. I was able to reattach the retaining clamps put the spring clamp on the pump end of the hose. The difficult part was getting the back, sides and front of the washing machine together that took hours. Read more...