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Outer Tub to Pump Hose
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PartSelect Number PS11738880
Manufacturer Part Number WP213045
This hose connects the outer tub to the pump of your washing machine. It is twelve inches long and all black in color. This hose is made entirely of rubber.
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Joseph from Plano, TX
Leaking water
Well, I found the washer leaking water from the bottom a couple weeks ago. I finally got around to pulling off the front panel and ran a couple cycles to see where the water was coming from. Turns out the leak was at the plastic pump that does the draining after wash and rinse.

So I got the model number and googled online. I found Partselect and they had every part I needed. Took me 10 minutes online to find the parts for my specific washer. I couldn't believe how easy it was. Parts came in two days...and this was right before Xmas.

Anyways, changing out the pump was simple. Took 5 minutes to get it off and put the new one in. I decided to change the hoses and elbow siphon break as well while I had the thing apart as those parts were old...but still working well.

Got the washer back together and the floor is dry as a bone. Perfect repair, really easy to do. Hardest part was figuring out how to get the front panel off.
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$38.82
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Siphon Break Connector Kit
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PartSelect Number PS2017342
Manufacturer Part Number 206638
This plastic siphon break comes with a metallic clamp and gasket. It is used with many washing machines.
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Joseph from Plano, TX
Leaking water
Well, I found the washer leaking water from the bottom a couple weeks ago. I finally got around to pulling off the front panel and ran a couple cycles to see where the water was coming from. Turns out the leak was at the plastic pump that does the draining after wash and rinse.

So I got the model number and googled online. I found Partselect and they had every part I needed. Took me 10 minutes online to find the parts for my specific washer. I couldn't believe how easy it was. Parts came in two days...and this was right before Xmas.

Anyways, changing out the pump was simple. Took 5 minutes to get it off and put the new one in. I decided to change the hoses and elbow siphon break as well while I had the thing apart as those parts were old...but still working well.

Got the washer back together and the floor is dry as a bone. Perfect repair, really easy to do. Hardest part was figuring out how to get the front panel off.
Read more...
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$11.94
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Inlet Hose - 5 FT
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PartSelect Number PS11746820
Manufacturer Part Number WP89503
This hose can handle hot or cold water and is five feet long.
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Helen from NASHUA, NH
Leaking water inlet hoses.
Removed the old hoses and screwed on the new hoses. Read more...
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$23.95
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Tub to Pump Hose
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PartSelect Number PS11738836
Manufacturer Part Number WP21001915
Hoses are the most likely cause of clothes washer leaks. This tub-to-pump hose carries the water from the tub to the drain pump. If you notice that your tub is leaking during the wash cycle, check the the hose for holes. If the tube does have a hole or crack in it, the part should be replaced. Also, check both the connection and the juncture of the hose with the drain for your house. While you are looking at the hose, check to see if the threads or clamps are corroded or loose. This OEM replacement pump hose is 20 inches long, and fits most clothes washer units. Remember to turn off the water supply and disconnect the power from your washer before you begin this repair.
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Warren from Lynden, WA
I noticed water on the floor , so I looked under the wash machine while it was running and noticed water dripping form the bottom.
I brought the wash machine out side, hooked a garden hose to the cold, capped the hot, took off 2ft. square back inspection cover, and plugged in the power cord for a test for leakage location. The hose from tub to pump had a small wear hole, thus leaking water on the belt and making it slip more. When my parts came in from Parts Select the repair was about 45 mins. with coffee. I laid unit on side, cleaned pulleys with rag to remove old belt fragments, and I put new belt on the 2 small pulleys then rolling onto last bigger pulley. For the hose repair- I used a screwdriver to push in the clips under front of top lid. I removed 2 screws with my 1/4 rachet to remove front panel. With my channel locks I pulled off hose , then installed new hose. The unit works great. Read more...
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$44.16
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Outer Tub to Pump Hose
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PartSelect Number PS11757507
Manufacturer Part Number WPY212989
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$40.32
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Air Tube for Tub Fill Volume
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PartSelect Number PS11739292
Manufacturer Part Number WP22001619
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Henry from Lane, KS
washer would over fill the water
First I removed the front cover, then removed the two bolts that hold the top and lifted the top up to expose the wash tub the tube was on the back side replaced the tube, then removed the two screw that hold the front panel and replaced the level switch and attached the new tube. Read more...
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$34.52
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Pump-to-Siphon Break Drain Hose
PartSelect Number PS11739284
Manufacturer Part Number WP22001448
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Installation Instructions
Joseph from Plano, TX
Leaking water
Well, I found the washer leaking water from the bottom a couple weeks ago. I finally got around to pulling off the front panel and ran a couple cycles to see where the water was coming from. Turns out the leak was at the plastic pump that does the draining after wash and rinse.

So I got the model number and googled online. I found Partselect and they had every part I needed. Took me 10 minutes online to find the parts for my specific washer. I couldn't believe how easy it was. Parts came in two days...and this was right before Xmas.

Anyways, changing out the pump was simple. Took 5 minutes to get it off and put the new one in. I decided to change the hoses and elbow siphon break as well while I had the thing apart as those parts were old...but still working well.

Got the washer back together and the floor is dry as a bone. Perfect repair, really easy to do. Hardest part was figuring out how to get the front panel off.
Read more...
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$5.67
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Pressure Switch Hose
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PartSelect Number PS11738826
Manufacturer Part Number WP21001748
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Peter from Manorville, NY
Water would overflow from the top of the machine
The repair was very easy. Remove a few screws, switch wiring one at a time so I put them in the correct position and replace. The hose replacement was easy at the swicth but a little more difficult at the lower end of the tub due to limited space. Overall an easy job and now it works fine! Read more...
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$28.27
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Siphon Break Elbow
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PartSelect Number PS11748480
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10116738
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Installation Instructions
Joseph from Plano, TX
Leaking water
Well, I found the washer leaking water from the bottom a couple weeks ago. I finally got around to pulling off the front panel and ran a couple cycles to see where the water was coming from. Turns out the leak was at the plastic pump that does the draining after wash and rinse.

So I got the model number and googled online. I found Partselect and they had every part I needed. Took me 10 minutes online to find the parts for my specific washer. I couldn't believe how easy it was. Parts came in two days...and this was right before Xmas.

Anyways, changing out the pump was simple. Took 5 minutes to get it off and put the new one in. I decided to change the hoses and elbow siphon break as well while I had the thing apart as those parts were old...but still working well.

Got the washer back together and the floor is dry as a bone. Perfect repair, really easy to do. Hardest part was figuring out how to get the front panel off.
Read more...
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$36.15
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Lower Fill Injector
PartSelect Number PS11739270
Manufacturer Part Number WP22001186
This lower fill injector is just over five inches long. It is white, made of plastic and is used on some washing machines.
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AMY from Mount Kisco, NY
Plastic thing (Fill Injector) that puts water in the washer broke
Unfortunately, I couldn't find instructions for removing the top for exactly this model. First step was to remove the front panel by removing the two lower screws, grabbing the bottom of the panel, and lifting up until the clips on top of the panel let go. Next was removing from underneath the two screws towards the front that held the top of the washer on. This gives you easy access to the Fill Injector, but if working alone you'll need something to prop up the front of the top lid while you work on it. There is one screw that hold on the Fill Injector assembly (top and bottom). This screw is removed from the top, via the control panel. To get inside the control panel you need to remove the back of the control panel (very easy), just unscrew the 5 screws on the back of it. Then remove the one screw that holds the Fill Injector assembly in place. From under the front panel, use your pliers to remove the hose clamp and then remove the Fill Injector from the hose. ONE IMPORTANT ITEM, YOU'LL DEFINITELY NEED A REPLACEMENT HOSE CLAMP. The one you remove to take off the old, broken fill injector cannot be put back on. Put the new clamp loosely on the hose, then connect the hose to the new Fill Injector Assembly. Put the Fill Injector Assembly in place and use a piece of duct tape to hold it there. Then reinstall the screw that holds it in place from the top, inside the control panel. Reinstall everything in reverse, give it a test and then have a beer. You've just "given it to the man" and saved yourself $100+ on a repair bill. Read more...

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